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Proteomics Symposium: Protein Analysis Made Simple

Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 9:30am to 3:15am

Biotechnology Building, G01
Central Campus

Presentations topics:

  • Overcoming obstacles to accelerate protein sample preparation and quantification.
  • Reduce development time by choosing the right column.
  • Assessing biosimilarity of an intact monoclonal antibody drug by simultaneously monitoring charge heterogeneity and glycoform profile using LC-MS.
  • Protein conformation study with hydrogen deuterium mass spectrometry.
  • Mass spectrometry tool box for structural biology.


  • “Towards a whole-proteome 3D human interactome through a MS3-centric XL-MS workflow,” by Haiyuan Yu, Professor, Dept. of Computational Biology.
  • “Global proteome and succinylome analyses reveal novel molecular mechanisms in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease,” by Sheng Zhang, Director, Proteomics Facility, Cornell Institute of Biotechnology.

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