Tuesday, August 13, 2013

ABRF is seeking core labs to run this year's standard sample

ABRF is looking for core labs to participate in this year's study.  The aims are as follows:

To allow labs to evaluate their ability to measure heavy/light peptide ratios for a large number of peptides in a complex biological background
• To provide a learning opportunity for labs unfamiliar with experimental techniques and data analysis strategies for measuring heavy/light peptide ratios
• To benchmark the standard across a large number of labs

For more information, you can go to the ABRF website here, or look specifically at this year's project description.  I've ran this sample and it is pretty cool.  Very complex with isotopically labeled peptides (1,0000!) spiked in at known concentrations.

The results are due by October 11, 2013 and will be released at ABRF in 2014.

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