ASU Core Research Facilities is continuing its series of TECTalks, lectures and workshops hosted by ASU faculty and guests focused on a range of science and technology topics.
The 411 of Instrument Design & Fabrication will provide an overview of glassblowing, electronics and machining services offered by the expert staff at Instrument Design and Fabrication Core Facility. Project capabilities range from advanced mechanical assembly design to prototyping to simple repairs, modifications or complex fabrication. These resources support faculty, students and staff researchers along with ASU affiliates and industry partners and serve to help accomplish your project goals.
The upcoming talk, Mass Spec in Biological Research and Clinical Applications, will introduce the various methods that have been established for protein and peptide analysis in the Mass Spectrometry Facility. The methods include lab-free quantitative proteomics, labeled (TMT, iTraQ and SILAC) quantitative proteomics, protein identification and customized method development. The event will include discussion of case studies which employ mass spectrometry in early disease diagnosis.