Proteomic Profiling in Defining Chemoresistant Breast Cancer
Poster May 10, 2007
This study aims to identify protein profiles in breast cancer cells as predictors of chemoresistance by using two-dimensional gel electrophoresis and MALDI-TOF peptide mass fingerprinting. Our findings provide further insights into the complex mechanisms of chemoresistance, as well as representing an attractive starting point for the identification of potential protein biomarkers to predict response to chemotherapy in breast cancer in vivo.
Determination of the Fat Content Profile of different Chocolate Products using an Automated Workflow for the Generation of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAME)Poster
The method allows for automated determination of total fat content and quantitative analysis of saturated and unsaturated cis- and trans- fatty acids of different chocolate products.READ MORE
Fast Pesticide Residue Analysis Using a Novel Benchtop Time-of-Flight Mass SpectrometerPoster
The objective of the study was to maximize throughput without introducing a significant number of additional chromatographic co-elutions not separable by deconvolution, whilst transitioning from a standard 30 m column to a 15 m column using LECO's software.READ MORE