Proteomics: Theory and Practice (Three days)
Proteomics offers greater understanding of how biological processes operate. This presentation of proteomics theory and practice is ideal for scientists who want to better understand current protein analysis techniques. This course offers an intermediate level training experience.
Date: January 29-31, March 4-6, November 6-8, 2013
Additional dates can be arranged by contacting PETAL with a custom training request.
9:30 to 17:30 (21 hr)
1100 € HT for researchers and technicians
900 € HT for students
Who should attend:
This practical course is for scientists, laboratory technicians, researchers and others who would like a more in-depth exploration of proteomics.
Maximum number of attendees: 8
A certificate of completion is given to participants.
This class is a three-day overview of proteomics at an intermediate level. Course topics include:
- Protein expression (in vivo and in vitro)
- Protein purification and sample preparation techniques (in-gel digestion, in-solution digestion and sample clean-up)
- Preparing proteins for mass spectrometry analysis
- Data analysis troubleshooting with pregenerated data
- Discussion on the importance of proteomic technologies to research
Specific course objectives may vary depending on individual and group interests. Please contact us if you have questions.