We will discuss how post-translational modifications (PTMs) play a key role in functional proteomics and how PTMS are also associated with onset and progression of various diseases, such as cancer, and cardiovascular, renal, and metabolic diseases.
PEAKS 11 Webinar Series (February 1 – March 15, 2023)
Learn more about the PEAKS 11 for the PEAKS Studio and PEAKS Online platforms and join our webinar series!
Glycan Profiling Lab Service: Optimised Glycoproteomic Workflows for In-Depth Analysis Webinar (October 27, 2022)
We will discuss the importance and how BSI has developed optimised glycoproteomic workflows and software tools to overcome challenges to identifying glycans and their attachment site.
PEAKS GlycanFinder: Enable In-Depth Glycoproteomic Analysis Webinar (September 15, 2022)
We will be demonstrating how PEAKS GlycanFinder provides a highly sensitive and accurate glycoproteomics software solution to advance your understanding of the glycoproteome.
PEAKS DIA Spectral Library Search, Direct Database Search and de novo Sequencing Workflow for Sensitive and Reproducible Identification of Proteins Webinar (May 12, 2022)
We will be demonstrating the new DIA workflow and true automation with PEAKS daemon using PEAKS Online Xpro.
PEAKS AB & General Proteomics Services Webinar (March 24, 2021)
Learn more about our laboratory services and what makes us stand out. Join us for an overview of our de novo antibody sequencing as well as our general proteomics services (11:00am EDT).
PEAKS Xpro Overview Webinar (January 28, 2021)
This webinar will provide attendees a quick overview of the newest features and functions in PEAKS Xpro.
PEAKS Xpro Webinar Series (October 27 – December 10, 2020)
From identification to quantification, learn more about the new PEAKS Xpro release with our new webinar series!
Characterizing the T1D-Associated MHC-II Peptidome of the NOD Mouse Webinar (June 25, 2020)
Join us for our final #PEAKSUserAppreciation webinar this month with Dr. Cheryl Lichti, as she examines the T1D-associated MHC-II peptidome of the NOD mouse to find key features that cause autoreactivity (12:00pm EDT).
Sexing Skeletons with Proteomics Webinar (June 18, 2020)
Join us on June 18th as Dr. Glendon Parker, University of California-Davis, explains the importance of proteomics in the world of forensics, especially when the sex of trhe skeleton cannot be determined due to degradation or juvenille age (1:00pm EDT).