About Asilomar 2018
The quantitative analysis of post-translational modifications has become an increasingly important capacity in mass spectrometry-based proteomics. This is due to fundamental biology converging on the abundance and dynamics of post-translational modifications as essential to a myriad of processes. However, the challenges of accurate and reproducible quantitation of post-translational modifications by mass spectrometry are substantially different from protein identification or even post-translational modification identification and localization. At this conference we will address the challenges of this emerging capacity as a community, the latest methods, technology and data analysis approaches and apply them to questions ranging from fundamental biology to clinical applications.
Sessions topics include:
- PTMs in Systems Biology and Disease
- Data Analysis Approaches in PTM Quantitation
- Quantitative Analysis of Proteoforms
- Technology Development for the Quantitation of PTMs
- Quantitative Phosphoproteomics and signaling networks
- Quantitative analysis of protein glycosylation
- Quantitation of Novel and Exotic PTMs
A keynote lecture will be presented by Al Burlingame (UCSF)
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