Online Workshop: Protein N-terminal Processing and Proteolysis
Free online workshop hosted by EPIC-XS
Welcome to a free online workshop organized by The European Proteomics Infrastructure Consortium providing access (EPIC-XS) on the topic of protein N-terminal processing and proteolysis.
Thursday 25th February 2021 15:45 – 18:00
|15:45||Participants join, technical issues (if any) addressed|
|15:55||Welcome by Chairperson, Thomas Arnesen|
16:00 - 17:00 Protein N-terminal processing and proteolysis
Chair: Thomas Arnesen (University of Bergen)
First series of talks from PhD students from the groups of Thomas Arnesen, University of Bergen; Kris Gevaert, VIB-UGent Center for Medical Biotechnology, Gent; and Jesper Olsen, University of Copenhagen
|16:00||Several modes of protein regulation by the acetyltransferase NAA10, Nina McTiernan (University of Bergen)|
|16:15||Very little evidence for the contribution of non-coding transcripts to the complexity of the cytosolic proteome, Annelies Bogaert (VIB)|
|16:30||A potential role for NatA mediated N-terminal acetylation in protein turnover, Ulises Hernández Guzmán (University of Copenhagen, Olsen lab)|
|16:45||Q&A with the speakers, moderated by Thomas Arnesen|
|17:00||End of session|
17:00 - 18:00 Protein N-terminal processing and proteolysis
Chair: Paola Picotti (ETH, Zurich)
|17:00||Barcoding the structural proteome with proteolytic probes, Valentina Cappelletti (ETH, Zurich)|
|17:15||Advantages of expanded protease portfolio in HDX-MS and protein characterization, Petr Man, (IMIC Czech Republic, Lab of structural Biology and Cell Signalling)|
|17:30||Applying limited proteolysis (LiP) for drug target deconvolution. An industry perspective. Oliver Rinner, Biognosys|
|17:45||Q&A with the speakers, moderated by Paola Picotti|
|18:00||End of session and end of workshop|
Please register for the workshop here: EPIC-XS Online Workshop Registration.
The Zoom meeting link will be sent to all registered participants a few days in advance. Note that while this workshop is a free online event, places are reserved for EPIC-XS members and affiliated groups. Once the maximum capacity has been reached, non-affiliated registrants will be contacted to inform them of their eligibility.
For information on upcoming EPIC-XS workshops in Computational, Clinical, Spatial, and Top-Down Proteomics and our workshop on Proteomics and Transcriptomics, check out the EPIC-XS event page.
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 823839.