Explore the latest comprehensive solutions for proteomics. Attend Waters Proteomics Dinner Forum at HUPO 2007.
20 Sep 2007

During the HUPO 6th Annual World Congress (October 6-10, 2007 in Seoul, South Korea), be sure not to miss the Proteomics Dinner Forum on Tuesday, October 9th. Come hear from key scientists who will present their work in proteomics research and explore the latest advancements as well as the newest technology innovations in proteomics research.

The Proteomics Dinner Forum agenda includes these discussions:

“Revolution: New Technology for Protein Identification and Quantification”
Jim Langridge, Senior Manager, Proteomics Business, Waters Corporation

“Identification, Quantification and Annotation of Heart Membrane Proteins Using the IdentityE High Definition Proteomics™ System”
Prof. Mike Dunn, UCD, Dublin Ireland

“Analysis of Post-translational Modifications by Ion Mobility and Mass Spectrometry”
Prof. Ole N. Jensen, University of Southern Denmark

“A Strategy for Comprehensive Identification of Post-translational Modifications in Cellular Proteins, Including Low Abundant Modifications”
Prof. Kong-Joo Lee, Ewha Womans University, Korea

Register today for the Proteomics Dinner Forum. Seating is limited for this event. We urge you to register as soon as possible to secure your place.

While attending HUPO 2007, please visit Waters stand – Number B07/B08-4 – to discover the latest technology innovations and comprehensive system solutions for your proteomic research laboratory and business:

To learn more about Waters comprehensive system solutions for proteomics research, visit the article webpage.

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