Protein Analysis Made Simple

This webinar brings together a panel of experts to discuss how they are using new technology to examine the molecular mechanism of cocaine addiction and to study the localization of proteins involved in small-molecule bioavailability.

The Scientist Marketing Team
Feb 16, 2015

This webinar brings together a panel of experts to discuss how they are using new technology to examine the molecular mechanism of cocaine addiction and to study the localization of proteins involved in small-molecule bioavailability.

Western blotting is a ubiquitous technique for protein analysis, but presents many challenges. Recent advances that fully automate the process have improved data quantification and reproducibility without using gels, blots, and manual analysis. This live webinar brings together a panel of experts to discuss how they are using this new technology to examine the molecular mechanism of cocaine addiction and to study the localization of proteins involved in small-molecule bioavailability. Don’t miss the chance to learn how to automate your protein research process and get more quantitative, reproducible data!

Topics to be covered:

  • The use of capillary electrophoresis for protein analysis
  • Multiplex protein detection
  • Detection and quantification of low abundance proteins

Meet the Speakers:

Sarah Barry
Graduate Fellow, Jaqueline McGinty Lab
Neuroscience Institute
Medical University of South Carolina

 

Dr. Asimina Kerimi
Research Fellow, Gary Williamson Group
University of Leeds, Leeds, UK

 

 

Protein Simple
 

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