Open hours: 9.00-7.30 Mon-Fri
SDP_NCL22_2019 - Advanced training in mass spectrometry-based quantitative proteomics
Instructor Name :-
Dr. Mahesh J Kulkarni, Santhakumari Dr.(Mrs.) B.
Multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) based targeted quantification is becoming quite popular in the proteomics community, as this approach is able to replace expensive antibody-based quantification like western blotting and ELISA. MRM performed on QTOFs and Orbitraps are called parallel reaction monitoring (PRM). In PRM post mass spectral acquisition, extracted ion chromatograms (XIC) for selected ions are used for quantitation. The high scan speed facilitates development of sequential window acquisition of all theoretical mass spectra (SWATH). In this approach, peptides are quantitated by targeted data extraction of SWATH-MS data
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Fee Details :
Indian - Student - Rs. 5000
Indian - Faculty - Rs. 10000
Indian - Industry Sponsored - Rs. 15000
Salient Features of the training courses
Equal priority to theory and practical sessions
Lectures, assisted with multimedia aids.
Group discussions/interactive sessions
Hands - on - practical training
Brief on alternate career options.
Evaluation will consist of the following components
Written question paper
Student Participation to all sessions