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Sponsored by Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc.

Isotope Day 2021 - a symposium, where you  experience a variety of live presentations from top-ranked scientists on the wide-ranging  applications  of  stable isotopes. These include metabolic tracing, quantification, qualification, structure determination, imaging, and more! 
This was a live recorded event that was held via ZOOM on
Wednesday, June 2, 2021
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM (EDT)
Speaker biographies, abstracts and recordings of each presentation are available here.
Robert G. Griffin, PhD | M.I.T.
Jan Marchant, PhD | University of Maryland
Haribabu Arthanari , PhD |  Harvard Medical School and Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Lewis Kay, PhD | University of Toronto
Christoffer Laustsen | Aarhus University Hospital
Kevin Millis, PhD | Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc.
Matthew Vander Heiden, MD, PhD | M.I.T.
David Muddiman, PhD | North Carolina State University
Lingjun Li, PhD | University of Wisconsin
John Yates, PhD | Scripps Research Institute
Gary Patti, PhD | Washington University
Andrew Percy, PhD | Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, Inc.


Sponsored by Thermo Fisher

Credentialing Features to Benchmark Metabolomic Methods and Technologies
Gary Patti, PhD, Associate Professor, Washington University
Participants wil learn:
  • Understand necessary components of a successful MS-based Metablomics experiment
  • Learn technologies that improve throughput of identifications
    and as well as characterize the pathway, function, and localization of metabolites
  • Discover a new benchmarking approach, called credentialin, for removal of artifactual features



Sponsored by Agilent

Development, Significance, and Application of Standardized Kits for Quantitative Proteomic Studies
Andrew J. Percy, PhD, Senior Applications Chemist - Mass Spectrometry, Cambridge Isotope Laboratories, takes us through the following topics:
  • Method development
    - Overview
    - Target selection
    - Significance of standards
    - Workflow and examples
  • Quantitative proteomic kits
    - Products - PeptiQuant™ and ProteusQC™
    - Utility
    - Applications

Stable Isotope-Labeled Standard Peptides for Precise, Robust and Sensitive Quantitation of Multiple Proteins in Biospecimens Using PeptiQuant™ LC-MRM/MS Assay Kits.

Christoph Borchers, PhD, Director of UVic Genome BC Proteomics Centre, takes us through the following topics: 

  • Applications of multiple-reaction monitoring (MRM) mass spectrometry
  • Systematic development of MRM assays
  • Key advantages of MRM assays






INLIGHT™, An Innovative Technology for the Relative Quantification of N-Linked Glycans by Mass Spectrometry.
David C. Muddiman, PhD, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, North Carolina State University,  takes us through the following topics: 
  • Background on Glycans
  • The Isomer Barrier
  • Ionization Methods and Mass Analyzers
  • Chemical Tagging
  • Separation Modes
  • and Future Directions

There are no webinars scheduled at this time.

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