We explain how to use key tools in PEAKS, where they can by found, why they are used, and what the results mean. These one hour meetings are hosted at 10am EDT/1600h CEST and then a second at 4pm EDT/1pm PDT on the date specified.
De novo peptide sequencing by deep learning using DeepNovo-DIA in PEAKS (Wednesday, February 6th, 2019)
PEAKS’ Users Webinar Series: Characterisation of the plasma peptidome of patients with pancreatic neuroendocrine tumours (Glucagonoma) (Tuesday, November 20th, 2018)
PEAKS’ Users Webinar Series: Proteomic Analyses Using FAIMS and Isobaric Peptide Labelling (Thursday, October 11th, 2018)
PEAKS’ Users Webinar Series: Peptidomics Shows the Way to the Etiology of Type-1 Diabetes (Thursday, September 6th, 2018)
Friday, May 11th’s free public webinar will offer a general overview of the PEAKS Studio software. Key areas of discussion include: Protein identification by PEAKS DB de novo sequencing of peptides missed by database search Single amino acid variant identification with SPIDER Finding unspecified PTMs with PEAKS PTM Semi-quantitative tools included in PEAKS Studio Register…
Wednesday, April 18th’s free public webinar will focus on post-translational (PTM) analysis using PEAKS PTM and PTM profiling. Key areas of discussion include: A common practice for identification of PTMs with PEAKS database search PTM localization methods Discovery of unspecified or hidden modifications with PEAKS PTM (integrating database searching with de novo sequencing to maximize…
Thursday, March 29th’s free public webinar will address label-free quantification of peptides, proteins and post-translational modifications, including: A general workflow for label-free quantification (LFQ) with PEAKS Increased LFQ accuracy and sensitivity by: • improved feature detection • enabling exclusion of peptides with both modified and unmodified forms • enabling exclusion of redundant peptides Top-3 unique…
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