PEAKS User Meeting & ASMS 2018

Join us for a complimentary lunch to celebrate the 66th ASMS Conference at our annual PEAKS User Meeting on Sunday, June 3th. This year, our guest speakers will present their exciting work using PEAKS software. To conclude the meeting, the PEAKS team will be presenting what’s to come for the future of PEAKS products.

Guest Speakers

John Yates

“Driving Biological Discovery with Large Scale Informatics”
Dr. John Yates
Professor
The Scripps Research Institute

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“Neoepitopes – redefining peptidomics workflows to unravel the complexity of antigen presentation”
Dr. Tony Purcell
Professorial Fellow
Monash University

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“Using PEAKS in the Core Facility: Insights and Applications”
Dr. Jonathan Krieger
Proteomics & Mass Spectrometry Specialist,
SPARC Biocenter at The Hospital for Sick Children

Conference Oral Presentation

  • ThOG am 09:50 – Deep Learning Enables de novo Peptide Sequencing from DIA data; Hieu Tran1; Xin Chen2; Chuyi Liu3; Rui Qiao3; Lei Xin2; Kun Xiong3; Baozhen Shan2; Ming Li1; 1 University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada; 2 Bioinformatics Solutions Inc., Waterloo, ON; 3 RSVP Technologies Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada

Conference Posters

  • MP 135 – An ABRF Study to Evaluate Data-Independent Acquisition for Protein Quantification in Core Facility Settings; Yan Wang1; Allis Chien2; Laura E. Herring3; Pratik D Jagtap4; LeRoy Martin5; Benjamin Neely6; Brett S Phinney7; Baozhen Shan8; Paul M. Stemmer9; 1 University of Maryland, College Park, MD; 2 Stanford University, Stanford, CA; 3 Department of Pharmacology, UNC Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC; 4 Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; 5 Waters Corp., Beverly, MA; 6 Chemical Sciences Division, Hollings Marine Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Charleston, SC; 7 UC Davis, Davis, CA; 8 Bioinformatics Solutions Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada; 9 Wayne State University, Detroit , MI.
  • TP 367 – Software for the Processing of PASEF Identification and Label-Free Quantitation Data; Markus Lubeck1; Heiner Koch1; Scarlet Koch1; Paul Savage2; Oliver Raether1; Schmit Pierre-Olivier3; Baozhen Shan4; Gary Kruppa2; 1 Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Bremen, Germany; 2 Bruker Daltonics Inc., Billerica, MA; 3 Bruker France S.A.S., Wissembourg, France; 4 Bioinformatics Solutions Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada.
  • WP 050 – A Unified Workflow for Automatic Mapping of Disulfide Bonds in Protein Therapeutics Based on High Resolution LC-QTOF; Xianming Liu1; Kefei Wang1; Clark Chen2; Yi Liu2; Baozhen Shan2; 1 Bruker Daltonics, Shanghai, China; 2 Bioinformatics Solutions Inc, Waterloo, ON, Canada.
  • WP 431 – PASEF on a TIMS-QTOF for Reproducible, Sensitive and High-Throughput Shotgun Proteomics; Scarlet Koch1; Markus Lubeck1; Heiner Koch1; Romano Hebeler1; Florian Meier2; Andreas-David Brunner2; Baozhen Shan3; Jürgen Cox2; Matthias Mann2; 1 Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Bremen, Germany; 2 Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany; 3 Bioinformatics Solutions Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada.
  • WP 753 – High Speed, High Sensitivity and Highly Reproducible and Accurate Label Free Quantification Using the PASEF Method on a TIMS QTOF; Gary Kruppa1; Markus Lubeck2; Heiner Koch2; Baozhen Shan3; Jürgen Cox4; Scarlet Koch2; 1 Bruker Daltonics, Billerica, MA; 2 Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Bremen, Germany; 3 Bioinformatics Solutions Inc, Waterloo, ON, Canada; 4 Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany.
  • ThP 015 – Automated de novo Sequencing of Antibodies with Isoleucine/Leucine Differentiation by Using EThcD Fragmentation; Wen Zhang1; Lin He1; Lei Xin1; Jonathan R. Krieger2; Paul Taylor2; Baozhen Shan1 ; 1 Bioinformatics Solutions Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada; 2 Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, ON, Canada.
  • ThP 388 – In-Depth Proteomics Analysis Using a timsTOF with the PASEF Method and Deep Learning; Zia Rahman1; Hieu Tran2; Clark Chen1; Gary Kruppa3; Baozhen Shan1; 1 Bioinformatics Solutions Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada; 2 University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, Canada; 3 Bruker Daltonics Inc., Billerica, MA.
  • ThP 420 – Utility of EThcD and AI-ETD for the Differentiation of Leucine and Isoleucine Residues in Large-Scale Shotgun Proteomic Experiments; Kevin L Schauer1; Nicholas M Riley1, 2; Lei Xin3; Daniel T Maloney3 ; Baozhen Shan3; Michael S Westphall1; Joshua J Coon1,2,4,5; 1 Genome Center of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; 2 Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, WI; 3 Bioinformatics Solutions Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada; 4 Department of Biomolecular Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI; 5 Morgridge Institute for Research, Madison, WI.
  • ThP 461 – Towards Real-time Proteomics Data Analysis using PEAKS Online 8.5; Lei Xin; Lin He; Zia Rahman; Tom Andersen; Brenton Morse; Ruilun Yang; Shaofeng Jiang; Sahar Rabinoviz; Bioinformatics Solutions Inc., Waterloo, ON, Canada.

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