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Investigating the Chemical Modifications of Proteins Using SWATH MS

12 Dec 2013 - 12 Dec 2013 - Webinar 11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST

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In this webinar presented by Dr. Jason Held, Washington University School of Medicine, you will learn:

• How to find and quantify more post-translational modifications (PTMs) using the breakthrough data-independent acquisition method—SWATH™ Acquisition—on the TripleTOF® 5600+ system
• Understand and interpret large-scale quantitative biological outputs of peptide MRMHR measurements
• Explore PTM analysis on ErbB2

Who should attend:

• Researchers who would benefit from more comprehensive characterization of post-translational modifications
• Any scientist seeking an accelerated approach to the discovery of biomarkers, understanding cell signaling pathways or protein-protein interactions

Register for live webinar
Thursday, December 12, 2013 
11:00 AM EST / 8:00 AM PST

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