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Advances in Microfluidic Chip Technology with Mass Spectrometry
for Deep Sequencing of Tumor Tissue Proteins

 

Tuesday, October 27, 2011

USA 11:00 a.m. EDT / 10:00 a.m. CDT / 8:00 a.m. PDT
Europe 5:00 p.m. Berlin / 6:00 p.m. London

 

Who should attend?


• Mass spectrometry

• Nano LC, Micro LC.

• Microfluidic Chip Technology

• Proteomics, Biomarkers

Speakers


Nicole Hebert, Ph.D.
Sr. Research Scientist
Eksigent, part of AB SCIEX


R. Reid Townsend, MD., Ph.D.
Professor of Medicine and Cell Biology, and Physiology
Director of the NIH-NCI Proteome Characterization Center
Washington University School of Medicine


Jeanne Rumsey
Manager
Proteome Characterization Center
Washington University School of Medicine


Moderator


Elizabeth K. Wilson
Senior Editor
C&EN
 


This webinar will cover novel microfluidic chip technology and how it enables robust, reproducible nanoflow HPLC separations from run to run and lab to lab. In addition, we explore the use of mass spectrometry with these chips in both nano and micro sizes for maximizing throughput of extensive protein identification in large cancer studies of tumor tissues.

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