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Automated protein digestion workflows for MS-based proteomics applications
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Poster Title: Automated protein digestion workflows for MS-based proteomics applications
Submitted on 18 Jun 2014
Author(s): Gunnar Dittmar1, Oliver Popp1, Guenter Boehm2, Andreas Bruchmann3
Affiliations: 1Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, MDC, Berlin, Germany; 2CTC Analytics, Zwingen, Switzerland; 3Axel Semrau GmbH, Sprockhövel, Germany
This poster was presented at ASMS 2014
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Abstract: Mass spectrometry (MS) based bottom-up proteomics is built upon large scale identification of peptides, and depends on proteins being efficiently converted to peptides by a protease of known specificity. The most common preparation methods are digestion in solution (ISD) or digestion of Proteins separated on an SDS PAGE gel, in-gel digestion (IGD). Both methods consist of a lengthy sequence of washing and chemical modification steps. To increase throughput and reproducibility, automation of these processes is highly desired. Contrary to other „omic“-applications, proteomics analysis by LC-MS/MS remains time-intensive, making the measurement the ratedetermining step in the pipeline. Thus the preparation of samples does not require a high-but rather a medium-throughput setup.

The normal benchtop methods for the IGD and the ISD were adapted to make automation in a robotic setup possible. In addition, we modified a standard PAL robot setup with a vacuum chamber that can be controlled by the robot's software and facilitates the removal of large volumes of washing solvents required by IGD leading to enhanced sensitivity.
Summary: The PAL RTC provides an affordable and reliable platform optimised for medium-throughput peptide preparation for shotgun-proteomics based mass spectrometry.
Reduce hands-on time on repetitive work!
Increase consistency!
Increase reproducibility
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