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Next Generation Proteomics Highlights

Dear Subscriber, 

We are excited to share the latest updates and news from and around Biognosys and our research services with you:

We Will Be at SITC 2022 in Boston on November 8-12!

On Friday, Nov 11, we will present our work on PICI's PRINCE trial cohort, detecting unique immune signatures and biomarkers for overall survival in pancreatic cancer patients treated with different chemoimmunotherapy combinations. We will be at booth no. 506 on November 10-11. We cannot wait to meet you.

Heading to the AASLD Liver Meeting in Washington, DC, on Nov 4-8

The first results from the Biognosys Grant Program collaboration with Columbia University on liver disease will be presented this weekend at AASLD! Julia Wattacheril, MD, MPH, and Ben Gonzales will present our poster about the discovered protein signature and peptide biomarkers for NASH in class 2-3 obesity on Saturday, Nov 5, at 1 pm.

Meet us at the Keystone Symposium on TPD in Vancouver on Nov 6-9

This meeting is dedicated to Targeted Protein Degradation and we will share the data generated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in a poster about HR-LIP-MS and FAIMS-PRM for TPD development. We will also have an oral presentation about the technologies for investigating protein degradation.

We are at the Society for Neuroscience Meeting in San Diego on Nov 12-16

Do not miss our poster presentation with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine on how we profiled biomarker candidates for Alzheimer's Disease in plasma and CSF. The identified proteoforms are linked to healthy and pathological aging, providing a possible therapeutic target. Also come and see us at booth no. 112.

How Much Do You Know About Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics?

Mass spectrometry has come a long way since it was invented in the early 1900s. Yet there are still many misconceptions about the power of this technology and what it can offer to advance and de-risk the drug discovery and development journey. Discover the 7 top facts about modern mass spectrometry-based proteomics here.

Visit our website to learn more about how we can support your proteomics research, and stay tuned for more exciting news to come.

Best regards, 
The Biognosys Team

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