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A Novel Perfusion Technique for Multiomics Studies on Hepatocyte Aging

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The liver is a very good example of how tissue architecture can influence aging. Composed mainly of hepatocytes, the position of these cells is key to their role and determines changes in their metabolism and aging profile.

Researchers from the Max Planck Institute have conducted an in-depth multiomics analysis of functional and healthy hepatocytes, characterizing transcriptional, epigenetic, lipidomic and functional signatures to understand the effects of aging.

In this webinar, you’ll hear all about their research, including the novel perfusion technology for resected mouse liver that makes it easy and convenient to obtain viable hepatocytes to analyze.
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Immunometabolic Features of Cancer Immunity

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Immune cell activation, differentiation and function are metabolically demanding processes, and it has now become clear that nutrient access and metabolism play a major role in regulating lymphocyte fate and function. These axes of regulation are crucially important in shaping the immune system when it is activating in metabolically demanding environments, such as tumor tissue. Indeed, the immune response to cancer is characterized by several metabolic defects. In this webinar, Dr. Delgoffe will discuss some of these metabolic insufficiencies within the T cell compartment of solid tumors and reveal novel insights into how these metabolic nodes may be modulated to improve the immune response to cancer.
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Exposome Insights: Decoding Spaceflight and Aging With Proteomics

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Join expert speakers, Dr. Christopher Mason of Weill Cornell Medicine, and Dr. Michael Roberts of Auburn University, for an enlightening discussion on the profound impacts of spaceflight on human biology and the unique molecular signatures of aging influenced by resistance training.
Ask me anything on proteomics featuring Dr. John Yates from Scripps Research Institute
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Ask Me Anything: Proteomics

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Dr. Yates is a world-renowned proteomics expert whose work has revolutionized the field and his groundbreaking techniques are used by researchers worldwide. But Yates' impact goes beyond his discoveries. A decorated scientist and champion of mass spectrometry research, he also leads the prestigious Journal of Proteome Research.
proteomics Webinar featuring, Christof Lenz, PhD & Gregory Potts, PhD
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Transform Biomedicine and Drug Discovery Through Innovative Proteomics

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In this webinar, you’ll hear from Christof Lenz, PhD, about the importance of analyzing tissue samples in biomedical proteomics, particularly for understanding the molecular basis of cardiac diseases. Our second speaker, Greg Potts, PhD, will showcase how chemoproteomics, in combination with data-independent acquisition, speeds up drug discovery.
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Using Proteomics To Advance Understanding of Alzheimer’s Disease

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In this webinar, we’ll explore how integrating proteomics with systems biology sheds light on the complexities of AD pathology.
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