Evosep webinar

Targeted Workflows 

Available on demand

Targeted workflows are particularly interesting for identifying established biomarkers in various applications. The focus on these workflows, coupled with technological advancements, is continually expanding the boundaries of high-throughput targeted analysis.


Next Generation of absolute protein Quantitation in Biological Matrixes; higher multiplexicity while faster, robust and sensitive

TALK BY Dr. Christoph Borchers, Mcgill university

The accurate and rapid determination of protein concentrations using multiplexed multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) with isotope-labeled internal standards has the potential to revolutionize biochemistry and medical sciences. The combination of an Evosep One LC with an Agilent QQQ6495C allows a several-fold reduction of analysis time while maintaining high multiplexicity. As an example, we show the use of a multi-protein method for the absolute quantitation of 270 proteins, combined with metabolomics and Artificial Intelligence (AI), to analyze the plasma of a COVID cohort for prediction of survival. Moreover, optimization of the Evosep/6495C combination allowed adaptation of the 270-protein MRM method to a 24-minute gradient, thus doubling the throughput compared to before.

Development of a LC-MS/MS Method for Measurement of Fusion Sarcoma Proteins in Plasma

Talk by Phd. AnThony Maus, Clinical Mass Spec. Development Laboratory, Mayo Clinic

Sarcoma is general term for a group of over 70 cancers that are classified using genomic techniques to identify characteristic gene fusions in tumor tissues. However, this technique requires relatively invasive biopsies and is not conducive to monitoring disease progression or response to treatment. Measurements of fusion protein biomarkers in plasma would overcome these limitations. We sought to develop an LC-MS/MS method capable of performing these measurements by conducting discovery experiments on cell lines with an Evosep coupled to an Exploris 480 mass spectrometer. Using these data, we developed a targeted method and performed measurements in plasma samples.