Protein Profiling by Mass Spectrometry: From Biological Concept to Functional Output, and the Nook and Cranny in Between
Protein Profiling by Mass Spectrometry: From Biological Concept to Functional Output, and the Nook and Cranny in Between In-Person
Presenter: Dr. TuKiet T. Lam, Director, Keck MS & Proteomics Resource, Yale School of Medicine.
Often a research project will involve figuring out changes in protein expression as a result of a biological perturbation (in vivo or in vitro). At the Keck MS & Proteomics Resource at the Yale School of Medicine, we aim to provide a suite of biotechnology centered around mass spectrometry for interested investigators to tackle these specific aims. We work with many different types of biological matrix such as, but not limited to, cells, tissues, plasma, immunoprecipitated proteins, subcellular organelles, etc. These samples are processed through our meticulous preparation workflow that we have developed over the past decade(s). Mass spectrometry data are then collected from these processed samples utilizing one of three proteomics specific high resolution tandem mass spectrometer that are located within the Resource. Collected data are then processed through several of our commercially licensed proteomics software, and results presented in a electronic format that could be easily utilized in downstream biostatistical and bioinformatic analyses.
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