Protein mass spectrometry 2006
(BMG 744)

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


Date Lecturer Topic
Jan 6, Fri S Barnes/H Kim The world of proteins - beyond genomics. The proteome, proteomics and where to start  [PDF File]
Jan 10, Tu M Niemann Techniques of protein separation  [PDF File]
Jan 13, Fri H Kim Protein separation by electrophoresis and other 2D-methods  [PDF File]
Jan 17, Tu
Student presentations
Jan 20, Fri S Barnes
M. Renfrow
Mass spectrometry of proteins and peptides: principles and principal methods  [PDF File]
Jan 24, Tu S Barnes MALDI of proteins and peptide mass fingerprinting; LC analysis and peptide sequencing  [PDF File]
Jan 27, Fri M Sabripour
S Barnes
Connecting proteomics into bioinformatics  [PDF File]
Jan 31, Tu Staff Class demo of methods I
Mid-term exam -
Feb 3, Fri K Resing The challenge of proteomics and mass spectrometry - required seminar attendance - Dr. Resing is an expert on proteomics/statistics and integration with bioinformaticss
Feb 7, Tu G Page Statistical Analysis of proteomic data  [PDF File]
Feb 10, Fri S Barnes Qualitative and quantitative burrowing of the proteome  [PDF File]
Feb 14, Tu
Student presentations
Feb 17, Fri P Prevelige Liquid phase protein structure and protein-protein surface mapping
Feb 21, Tu S Barnes Enzymology, proteomics and mass spectrometry  [PDF File]
Feb 24, Fri CY Chen Analysis of protein-protein interactions by affinity purification
[PDF File, Reference 1, Reference 2]
Feb 28, Tu CC Wang
J Mobley
Tissue and fluid proteomics - imaging  [PDF File]
Tissue Profiling by MALDI-Tof MS: Basic Principles From Small Molecules to Proteins  [PDF File]
Mar 3, Fri M Renfrow Class demo II
Mar 7, Tu
Student presentations
Mar 10, Fri J Novak
M Renfrow
Application of proteomics to IgA nephropathy
Mar 14, Tu J Felton Protein adduct analysis by accelerator mass spectrometry
Mar 17, Fri H Kim Application of proteomics to the brain proteome
Mar 20
Final exam due