How to Conduct Localized Proteomics of Microscopic Regions

Webinar On-Demand

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How proteomics can help you understand molecular mechanisms in disease
  • How to perform isolated proteomics of microscopic regions of interest
  • How to use this technique with FFPE tissue


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Key Learnings

This webinar is about a recently developed technique that allows localized proteomics of microscopic regions of interest, such as specific cell types or neuropathological features of disease.

This technique uses laser capture microdissection (LCM) to isolate regions/cells of interest followed by label-free quantitative mass spectrometry (LC-MS) and has been optimized to use formalin-fixed paraffin embedded (FFPE) tissue, so that archived human tissue specimens can be used. This is a particular advantage, as the vast majority of human tissue specimens are FFPE blocks, which are currently an underutilized, but exceptionally valuable resource for medical research.

Target Audience

  • Scientists working in proteomics
  • Scientists working with FFPE tissues
  • Scientists looking at molecular mechanisms in disease (especially Alzheimer)
  • Scientists interested in Laser Microdissection

Access to the Webinar

Click here to access the free webinar-on demand on BitesizeBio.com: "How to conduct localized proteomics of microscopic regions"