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

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

9—11 July 2018

University of Warwick, UK



Biochemical Society Training Event


Earlybird deadline: 9 May 2018


Registration is now open 


*Multiple booking discounts are available for this meeting. Register 5 delegates and fifth delegate can attend free of charge. (Free place will be given to the lowest cost registration only) Contact the Conference Office for more details.*

 

This three-day training event will focus on the practical aspects of proteomics and metabolomics of oxidative damage and glycation. The course will provide an introduction to mass spectrometry for biochemists, biologists and biomedical scientists from PhD level and above. Participants are not expected to have prior knowledge of mass spectrometry, but a keen interest in protein damage and metabolites. The event will comprise lectures and hands-on laboratory sessions.

 

The course aims to equip participants with the practical skills required for the design and the successful implementation of experiments in proteomics and metabolomics of oxidative damage and glycation. Participants will practice different methods of sample preparation, including simple to complex mixtures and enrichment techniques. Demonstration samples will be run on our cutting-edge instrumentation and, as a delegate, you will have the opportunity to explore custom method design for your particular requirements. The course will then focus on data analysis to address protein identification, modifications and quantification.

 


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