We explain how to use key tools in PEAKS, where they can be 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.
Private meetings can be scheduled as desired, allowing all parties to meet online and share screens.
- 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).
- LC/MS-based Discovery of Peptide Hormones in Fishes and the Fluidity of Sex Webinar (June 16, 2020)Join us on June 16th as Prof. Dr. Jonathan Sweedler, University of Illinois, will be sharing his latest research in the characterization of peptide hormones in clown fish. This work includes the comparison of various search engines for the purpose of peptide characterisation (12:00pm EDT).
- Deep coverage single-shot phosphoproteomics and ion mobility-based elucidation of phosphosite isomers using PASEF-DDA and PEAKS Webinar (June 17, 2020)Join us as we learn how IMS-MS-based proteomics can further our knowledge of cellular signaling. Presented by Prof. Dr. Stefan Tenzer, University Medical Center, Mainz (11:00am EDT).
- Proteomics from Farm to Fork Webinar (June 9, 2020)Join our first PEAKS User Appreciation webinar where Dr. Evelyne Maes will present her ongoing work at AgResearch and the role that proteomics plays in the food supply industry (4:30 pm EDT).