Lunch Seminar 1:
“Methods and instrumentation for a quantum leap in proteomics performance”

Monday, September 18, 1.00 pm - 2.30 pm, room "The Liffey A"

"timsTOF with PASEF : improvement in speed and sensitivity for data dependent shotgun proteomics”
Oliver Räther, Bruker Daltonik GmbH, R&D Manager, Germany

“The promise of PASEF in clinical proteomics”
Prof. Matthias Mann, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany

Bruker is proud to introduce new workflows that will boost the performance of its proteomics solution beyond what has been possible in recent years using the most sophisticated instrumentation.
As an outcome of 8 years of development, the next-generation UHR-Q-TOF platform enables Parallel Accumulation Serial Fragmentation providing for an up to 10-fold increase in MS/MS data acquisition rate with no sensitivity or resolution loss : it simply sets new standards for routine high-performance proteomics workflows.
This new platform as well as more routine existing platforms will benefit from the latest methods and software advances, providing a boost to both identification and relative quantitation performance thanks to a new DIA workflows that allow spectral database free identifications.

HUPO 2017

 

Event Details

HUPO 2017
17 - 22 September 2017
Convention Centre Dublin
Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Dock
Dublin 1
D01 T1W6
Ireland
Website

 

For further information,
please contact:

Anne Kropp-Schnisa
Bruker Daltonik GmbH
Fahrenheitstrasse 4
28359 Bremen
Germany
Anne.Kropp-Schnisa@bruker.com

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