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Simplifying proteomics Part 1 introduced mass spectrometry-based proteomics for profiling post-translational modifications (PTMs). Part 2 explained how you can go fishing for low-abundance PTM peptides from a complex mixture using PTMScan®

If visualization is more your thing, it might be helpful to watch the PTMScan tutorial video below to learn more about:

  • How PTMScan employs PTM-sequence motif and PTM-specific antibodies to immuno-enrich PTM-containing peptides before Liquid Chromatography with tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS)
  • How you can use PTMScan services and PTMScan Pathway Based Enrichment kits to study PTMs like phosphorylation, acetylation, ubiquitination, methylation, and succinylation
  • The PTMScan service workflow from experimental design to data analysis, where the CST services team performs qualitative and quantitative profiling of proteins or sites of PTMs in your samples

PTMScan® Proteomics of Post-Translational Modifications

 

Check out more videos on the topic of proteomics here. And you can browse videos and webinars on other topics here

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Claire S
Claire S
Claire is a Science Writer at CST

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