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Proteomics and related metabolomics of oxidative damage and glycation: a technical workshop

9—11 July 2018

University of Warwick, UK



 Day One: Prologue

 

Time

Activity

Location

Tutor

9:30

Registration

Scarman

10:15

Application of proteomics and metabolomics to proteotoxic challenge from oxidative stress and glycation

Scarman

Paul Thornalley

11:00

Refreshment break

11:30

An overview of workflow in quantitative amino acid metabolomics, experimental design and analysis

Scarman

Naila Rabbani

12:00

An overview of workflow in quantitative proteomics including glycation and oxidation PTM

Scarman

TBC

12:30

Lunch

1:30

Demonstrations:

Orbitrap - proteomics

In solution digestion specific for damaged Proteome.

Desalting

Mass spectrometer method set up and samples analysis to study glycated and oxidative damage to the proteome.

Xevo-TQS LC-MS/MS -metabolomics

Ultrafiltration

Enzymatic digestion of protein

Sample preparation and internal standardisation.

Designing MRM acquisition and application

Mass spectrometer method set up and samples analysis

Proteomics Research Technology Platform, School of Life Sciences

 

And

 

Clinical Sciences Research Laboratories, University Hospital

Paul Thornalley, Lijiang Song and Naila Rabbani

 

4:30

Application of MS in microbial proteomics/metabolomics for drug discovery

Scarman

Lijiang Song

 

Day Two: State-of-the art and innovations

 

Time

Activity

Location

Tutor

9:30

Mass spectrometry Lipidomics, principal and application - biomarkers of dyslipidaemia

Scarman

Manuel Suárez Recio

10:15

Method development and validation in quantitative protein oxidation and glycation Omics

Scarman

Paul Thornalley

11:00

Refreshment break

11:30

Reading the patterns of endogenous damage to the proteins - diagnostic applications

Scarman

Naila Rabbani

12:00

A Single High-Throughput UPLC/MS/MS Platform for Semi-Quantitative Targeted Multi-OMICS Screening Studies

Scarman

Billy Molloy, Waters

12:30

Lunch

1:30

Demonstrations

Orbitrap - proteomics

In solution digestion specific for damaged Proteome.

Desalting

Mass spectrometer method set up and samples analysis to study glycated and oxidative damage to the proteome.

Xevo-TQS LC-MS/MS -metabolomics

Ultrafiltration

Enzymatic digestion of protein

Sample preparation and internal standardisation.

Designing MRM acquisition and application

Mass spectrometer method set up and samples analysis

 

Proteomics Research Technology Platform, School of Life Sciences


And


Clinical Sciences Research Laboratories, University Hospital

Paul Thornalley, Lijiang Song and Naila Rabbani

 

4:30

An overview of workflow in FT-ICR MS biomedical applications

Scarman

Peter O'Connor

6:30

Course dinner

 

 Day Three: Data analysis and outputs 

 

Time

Activity

Location

Tutor

9:30

Application of Machine learning to develop diagnostic algorithm using quantitative metabolomics

Scarman

Kashif Rajpoot

10:15

Mascot and related algorithms application to the identification of unusual PTM peptide/proteins

Scarman

John Cottrell

11:00

Refreshment break

11:30

Proteomics: participant analysis of data produced in demo runs. Protein identification and quantification with Progenesis/ Scaffold/MaxQuant software.

 

Martin Well, Paul Thornalley and Naila Rabbani

12:30

Lunch

1:30

Metabolomics: Data analysis with Masslynx software. 1.5 h work shop in computer room

 

 

Waters representative (TBC) Naila Rabbani, Paul Thornalley

3:00

Bioinformatics approach to protein glycation and oxidation motifs & functional impact

 

Scarman

Paul Thornalley

4:00

Refreshment break

4:30

Panel discussion. Concluding remarks and Q & A