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ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Flow sorting of native, mitotic chromosomes combined with proteomics analysis enables identification of interaction partners


Hear from the author Dr Holger Kramer about the challenges when working with restricted samples.

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Following the recent publication of Nature Communications paper “Identifying proteins bound to native mitotic ESC chromosomes reveals chromatin repressors are important for compaction” by Dounia Djelghloul, Bhavik Patel, Holger Kramer et al at the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences, we are delighted that Holger joined us at PreOmics for a webinar on Tuesday 13th October.

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What can you expect

Dr Holger Kramer - Head of the Proteomics and Metabolomics Facility at MRC LIMS


The Proteomics and Metabolomics Facility of the Medical Research Council London Institute of Medical Sciences (MRC LIMS) utilises advanced mass spectrometry techniques to improve our understanding of how proteins, their complexes and metabolites are regulated in health and disease.

Dr Sarah Lupton - Scientific Business Developer at PreOmics


Sarah is our expert for all questions related to our iST technologies and automation.

Agenda

  • 5 min - Short introduction by Sarah Lupton, PreOmics
  • 30 min - Presentation of the Nature Communications paper “Identifying proteins bound to native mitotic ESC chromosomes reveals chromatin repressors are important for compaction” by Dr Holger Kramer
  • 15 min - Q&A session

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