WEBINAR: Proteolabels - Extend the Functionality of Progenesis QI for Proteomics into Stable-Isotope Labeled Experiments

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On Demand Webinar
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Laboratory Informatics and Software



Register: http://event.on24.com/wcc/r/1384521/AC98D04EEFBA4F7BC7A4BBD511CEF608?partnerref=Wat

This webinar will outline how you can perform accurate and reliable quantification of stable isotope labelled proteomics data, using a combination of Progenesis QI for proteomics (from Waters) and Proteolabels (from Omic Analytics Ltd). We will cover the use of these packages to perform reliable feature quantification, map alignment and identification (in Progenesis), followed by pair/triple finding and protein-level quantification in Proteolabels. We will demonstrate the use of a variety of intuitive QC metrics and plots to explore and optimise data quality.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Introduction to NEW Proteolabels Software
  • Application of Progenesis QI for proteomics and Proteolabels for SILAC and dimethyl-based proteome quantification
  • Visualisation of data at the feature level, peptide pair/triples, protein-level to ensure reliable and sensitive quantifications

Who Should Attend:

  • Proteomics lab scientists
  • Proteome bioinformatics groups
  • Laboratory managers and research group leaders
  • Progenesis QI for proteomics users
  • Users of SILAC stable-isotope labelling proteomics protocols
  • Users of dimethyl-based labelling proteomics protocols

As part of your participation, you will receive details on how to download a free demonstration version of Proteolabels so that you can try the software out for yourself!


Prof. Andy Jones
Professor, University of Liverpool and Director of Omic Analytics Ltd.


Andy Jones is Professor of bioinformatics at the University of Liverpool, and leads a research group developing new algorithms, software, database and data standards for multi-omics analysis. Andy is also Director of start-up company Omic Analytics Ltd, who develop products and services in computational biology.


 Bogden (Bobby) Florea
Scientist, Leiden Institute for Chemistry, Leiden University


MSc and PhD from Leiden University, postdoc in Genetics and Cell Biology at the Erasmus University Rotterdam, scientist at Leiden University dept of Bio-organic synthesis focused on chemical proteomics analysis
scientific output: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=florea+bi