Using I.DOT noncontact liquid handling to optimize and automate single cell proteomic workflows

07/21/2021 CEST | English
Host: Erwin M. Schoof, PhD Associate Professor, Head of DTU Proteomics Core

Erwin Schoof, PhD, presents a webinar on optimizing proteomic workflows with single-cell mass spectrometry. Find out how to leverage isobaric labeling with tandem mass tag (TMT) reagents for the highest cell throughput, in-depth proteomics, quantitative accuracy and ease of implementation that will make single-cell proteomic studies accessible to laboratories around the world.

Join us to learn more about:

  • Optimized proteomic workflows with single-cell mass spectrometry
  • How the I.DOT’s nano-dispensing enables TMT labeling and facilitates sample multiplexing to identify and quantify target proteins
  • Making single-cell proteomic studies accessible to laboratories all over the world

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