From classical to innovative proteomics

Proteomics Platform Fall meeting

Utrecht, November 15, 2002

2DE/MS approaches

A proteomic approach to identify stress markers in human epidermis
Astrid E. Alewijnse; LUMC, Leiden; VU, Amsterdam

Use of MALDI-TOF-MS for the identification of androgen-regulated proteins
Arzu Umar; Erasmus MC, Rotterdam

Proteome analysis of copper dependent protein secretion of Streptomyces lividans
Bart Keijser; Universiteit Leiden

MS applications

Metabolic labeling of C. elegans for quantitative proteomics
Jeroen Krijgsveld; Universiteit Utrecht

A proteomics approach to Wilson disease: effect of copper on protein expression in an in vitro model of copper overload
Han Roelofsen; University Hospital Groningen

Identification of proteins from organisms having incomplete genomic information by means of a MALDI-QqTOF mass spectrometer
Marco Gaspari; TNO Voeding, Zeist; Universiteit Leiden

Interaction Proteomics

Protein-protein interactions and their applications for functional genomics research Richard G.H. Immink; Plant Research International, Wageningen

SPR-MS, the Use of Biacore technology combined with mass spectrometry
Erik Verschuuren, Biacore

Biochip microfluidics for measuring proteomic interaction patterns
Richard Schasfoort, Universiteit Twente

Plenary Lectures

Quantitative proteomics: ICAT and beyond
Hanno Steen; Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

Generation of high-density protein arrays
Dolores Cahill; Max Planck Institute of Molecular Genetics, Berlin, Germany

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