Understanding Brain Proteins and Developing High-Throughput Immunoassays Using the Simple Western



February 12, 2014
11:00 am to 12:00 pm EST

 

Sponsored by
ProteinSimple
 

Symposium Course Description:

Simple Western uses the principles of Western blotting, but is a fully automated walk-away solution that is a gel-free, blot-free, and hands-free reinvention of the traditional Western blot for protein separation and characterization. Simple Western is a valuable protein analysis technology for use in both assay development and basic research. Dr Chen will discuss using Simple Western to facilitate development of a high throughput immunoassay for IRAK1. Dr. Mash will use the same technology to quantitate specific proteins in postmortem human brain tissue.

Learning Objectives:


  • Simple Western generates reproducible and quantitative data for identifying and characterizing proteins
  • Simple Western facilitates and accelerates assay development
  • Simple Western replaces traditional immunoassays with Simple Western in basic and clinical research


Speaker Information:


Hongmin Chen, Ph.D.
Principal Scientist, Pharmacology Department
Merck & Co.

Deborah C. Mash, Ph.D.
Professor of Neurology and Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology
Founder and Director – UM Brain Endowment Bank (NIH NeuroBiobank Partner)
University of Miami

Moderator Information:

Patricia Whaley, Ph.D.
Product Manager, Simple Western
ProteinSimple



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