Advanced Graduate
Course BMG 744

Mon, Wed & Fri
9:00 - 10:30 am
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Protein mass spectrometry 2003
(BMG 744)

Course will be held on Tuesdays and Fridays 9 - 11 am in the McCallum Building, 4th floor conference room (401)

Schedule

Date Lecturer Topic
Jan 7 Barnes Introduction to course - system biology and beyond [PDF File]
Jan 10 H. Kim 2D-proteomics and other protein separation methods
Jan 14 Barnes transfer of proteins into the gas phase; Pros and Cons of ESI, MALDI, quadrupoles,TOF, ion traps and FT-MS [PDF File]
Jan 17 Barnes Peptide analysis by mass spectrometry; capillary LC-MS;
multidimensional analysis [PDF File]
Jan 21 Barnes/MS Staff MALDI-TOF analysis; introduction to peptide sequencing by MS of proteins
Jan 24 C-C. Wang Applications of CE-MS and nanomethods to biological experiments
Jan 28 MS Staff On-instrument protein analysis and peptide sequencing by MS and 2DE protein separation/image analysis
Jan 31
   
Student presentations on peptide analysis by MS
Feb 4 Barnes/Brooks Protein complexes identification and protein arrays [PDF File]
Feb 7 A. Safavy Chemical modifications of proteins and its application to cancer
Feb 11 Barnes Site-specific biochemical alterations of proteins [PDF File]
Feb 14 Jason Lanman Use of H-D exchange to probe protein structure [PDF File]
Feb 18 Barnes Use of mass spectrometry in enzymology
Feb 21 R.Orlando (U.Georgia) Oligosaccharides and glycoproteins
Feb 25    Student presentations on protein modifications
Feb 28 Staff Locating site specific alterations (hands on)
Mar 4 E. Lefkowitz Integration of genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics [PDF File]
Mar 7 D. Allison So I have all these data - what do they really mean?
Mar 11
 
Student presentations