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Wednesday Afternoon Session: CE-Based Peptide Analysis


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The session chair for this Wednesday afternoon session is Chao Yan of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (China). The session will be held in room HEC-C in the Hilton Exhibition Center on the second floor of the Hilton, beginning at 1:30 p.m.

This session’s first presentation will be given by Norman Dovichi of the University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, Indiana). The title of Dovichi’s presentation is “Ultrasensitive and Fast Bottom-Up Analysis of Femtogram Amounts of Complex Proteome Digests.”

The next presentation in the session is titled “A Human Papillomavirus Identification Method for Cervical Cancer Screening and Prognosis on Microchip Electrophoresis System” and will be presented by Linglu Yi of Tsinghua University (Beijing, China).

The penultimate presentation of the session will be presented by Yoann Ladner of Institut des Biomolecules Max Mousseron (Montpelier, France). The title of Ladner’s presentation is “A Fully Integrated Electrophoretic Bioanalytical Methodology for Quality Control Assessment of Therapeutic Polypeptides.”

Siri Valen Egeland of the University of Oslo (Oslo, Norway) will present the final talk in this Wednesday session. The presentation is titled “Targeted Biomarker Analysis — Still a Need to Focus on the Digestion Step.”

The session will be followed by Poster Session 5 in the Grand Salon and Grand Ballroom Exhibit Halls (poster presentations P-W-2100 through P-W-2500).

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