Weston Struwe of the University of Oxford describes the analysis of HIV and SARS-CoV-2 viral spikes and illustrate how glycomics/ glycoproteomics datasets can inform on their structural assembly and biological functions.
SVs, considered impurities, exist at low levels and are challenging to detect and characterize. Learn about automated and flexible identification of these low abundance species
Analysis of the neuropathological legions that are found especially in Alzheimer's disease patients.
What's in that reactor? How do we use informatics to better design monitor and control the process. Having a clear idea of your design space gives you the ability to operate within it.
The cell and developability sciences group is tasked with delivering lead manufacturing cell lines. Not only are the volume of request increasing, but so are the novelty and complexity of new molecules to characterize.
By taking de novo sequencing in house, Dragonfly have improved their turn around time, throughput, their depth of information on their mAbs as well as showing impressive cost savings
Glycoproteins have been linked to positive and negative qualities in sparkling wine, but the glycosylation profiles of sparkling wine have not been previously investigated in detail. Hear from Dr Pegg on how she has been addressing the glycoproteome analysis of sparkling wine.
Jerome Jonveaux describes peptide and intact workflows developed for quantification of PTMs and comparison of AAV samples
Microflow Liquid Chromatography Coupled to Mass Spectrometry (μLC–MS) Workflow for O-Glycopeptides Isomers Analysis Combining Differential Mobility Spectrometry and Collision Induced and Electron Capture Dissociation
Extending Proteome Coverage by Combining MS/MS Methods and a Modified Bioinformatics Platform Adapted for Database Searching of Positive and Negative Polarity 193 nm Ultraviolet Photodissociation Mass Spectra