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Sample Collection and Storage
The challenge of removing abundant proteins
Downstream data analysis
Improving throughput in genomics preparation
Dr. Francine Benes, Harvard Brain
Tissue Resource Center
Dr. Jongyoon Han, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. Brian L. Hood, SAIC-Federick, Inc., NCI Federick
Dr. Karin Hughes, EMD Biosciences
Ms. Isabelle Keller, Novartis Pharma AG
Dr. Sigrid Koehler, Roche Diagnostics GmbH
Dr. Henry M Krause, University of Toronto
Dr. Gary Latham, Ambion, Inc.
Dr. Mary F. Lopez, PerkinElmer Life Sciences
Dr. G. Mike Makrigiorgos, Harvard Medical School
Dr. Estelle Marrer, Novartis Pharma AG
Dr. Chris B. Russell, Amgen, Inc.
Dr. Sudhir Sahasrabudhe, Prolexys Pharmaceuticals
Dr. Bruce Seligmann, HTG
Dr. Ie-Ming Shih, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
Dr. John N. Weinstein, National Cancer Institute
Dr. James L. Wittliff, University of Louisville
Dr. Chongwoo Yu, Pfizer Global Research and Development
The quality and efficiency of the preparation of genomic and proteomic samples is a key factor for producing high-throughput data of optimal quality. To be successful, it is critical to incorporate the most recent developments in each area, starting at the very early stage of collection and storage of samples.
Important questions need to be addressed such as:
How can high quality tissue be procured?
Is there a way to standardize extraction and storage protocols?
Which new separation technologies are reasonable to adopt?
How can the extraction for genomic and proteomic analyses be optimized?
What is the best way to handle DNA and RNA samples?
Can long term storage issues be solved?
Is it possible to minimize sample loss and maximize the analyte resolution?
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