Modules / Lectures
Module NameDownloadDescriptionDownload Size
Lecture 1: Genomics to ProteomicsLecture 1Lecture 1176 kb
Lecture 2: Basics of Amino acids and ProteinsLecture 2Lecture212 kb
Lecture 3: Proteins to ProteomicsLecture 3Lecture148 kb
Lecture 4: Sample Preparation for Proteomic AnalysisLecture 4Lecture208 kb
Llecture 5: Gel?based ProteomicsLecture 5Lecture278 kb
Lecture 6: Difference In?Gel Electrophoresis for Quantitation of Protein ExpressionLecture 6Lecture162 kb
Lecture 7: Gel?based Proteomic Data AnalysisLecture 7Lecture4505 kb
Lecture 8: 2D?DIGE Clinical ApplicationsLecture 8Lecture449 kb
Lecture 9: Protein DigestionLecture 9Lecture237 kb
Lecture 10: High Performance Liquid Chromatography Mass SpectrometryLecture 10Lecture1630 kb
Lecture 11: Hybrid MS ConfigurationsLecture 11Lecture781 kb
Lecture 12: Tandem Mass Spectrometry for Protein IdentificationLecture 12Lecture781 kb
Lecture 13: Peptide Mass FingerprintingLecture 13Lecture1270 kb
Lecture 14: In vitro Quantitative Proteomics using iTRAQLecture 14Lecture895 kb
Lecture 15: iTRAQ Clinical ApplicationsLecture 15Lecture282 kb
Lecture 16: In vivo Quantitative Proteomics using SILACLecture 16Lecture915 kb
Lecture 17: SILAC Clinical ApplicationsLecture 17Lecture398 kb
Lecture 18: Isotope?Coded Affinity Tagging (ICAT)Lecture 18Lecture853 kb
Lecture 19: MS for PTM analysisLecture 19Lecture914 kb
Lecture 20: Mid-Semester ExaminationLecture 20Lecture507 kb
Lecture 21: Interactomics-Techniques to Study Protein?Protein InteractionsLecture 21Lecture1207 kb
Lecture 22: Antigen and Antibody MicroarraysLecture 22Lecture2563 kb
Lecture 23: Reversed?Phase Protein MicroarraysLecture 23Lecture1037 kb
Lecture 24: Cell?free Expression Based Protein MicroarraysLecture 24Lecture9578 kb
Lecture 25: Nucleic Acid Programmable Protein ArraysLecture 25Lecture2878 kb
Lecture 26: Microarrays for Autoantibody ProfilingLecture 26Lecture828 kb
Lecture 27: Microarrays for PTM AnalysisLecture 27Lecture764 kb
Lecture 28: Label?free ProteomicsLecture 28Lecture669 kb
Lecture 29: Surface Plasmon ResonanceLecture 29Lecture530 kb
Lecture 30: Surface Plasmon Resonance ImagingLecture 30Lecture695 kb
Lecture 31: Protein Interaction Analysis using SPR and SPRiLecture 31Lecture431 kb
Lecture 32: Nanotechnologies in ProteomicsLecture 32Lecture584 kb
Lecture 33: Challenges in Clinical ProteomicsLecture 33Lecture219 kb
Lecture 34: Serum ProteomicsLecture 34Lecture596 kb
Lecture 35: Urine ProteomicsLecture 35Lecture126 kb
Lecture 36: Salivary ProteomicsLecture 36Lecture468 kb
Lecture 37: Bioinformatics and ProteomicsLecture 37Lecture4299 kb
Lecture 38: Proteomics for Translational ResearchLecture 38Lecture730 kb
Lecture 39: Future of Proteomic Technologies for Clinical ApplicationsLecture 39Lecture128 kb
Lecture 40: Final ExamLecture 40Lecture310 kb
Module NameDownloadDescriptionDownload Size
Lecture 1: Genomics to ProteomicsQuiz 1Quiz35 kb
Lecture 2: Basics of Amino acids and ProteinsQuiz 2Quiz34 kb
Lecture 3: Proteins to ProteomicsQuiz 3Quiz35 kb
Lecture 4: Sample Preparation for Proteomic AnalysisQuiz 4Quiz33 kb
Llecture 5: Gel?based ProteomicsQuiz 5Quiz33 kb
Lecture 6: Difference In?Gel Electrophoresis for Quantitation of Protein ExpressionQuiz 6Quiz35 kb
Lecture 7: Gel?based Proteomic Data AnalysisQuiz 7Quiz34 kb
Lecture 8: 2D?DIGE Clinical ApplicationsQuiz 8Quiz38 kb
Lecture 9: Protein DigestionQuiz 9Quiz35 kb
Lecture 10: High Performance Liquid Chromatography Mass SpectrometryQuiz 10Quiz35 kb
Lecture 11: Hybrid MS ConfigurationsQuiz 11Quiz34 kb
Lecture 12: Tandem Mass Spectrometry for Protein IdentificationQuiz 12Quiz37 kb
Lecture 13: Peptide Mass FingerprintingQuiz 13Quiz35 kb
Lecture 14: In vitro Quantitative Proteomics using iTRAQQuiz 14Quiz35 kb
Lecture 15: iTRAQ Clinical ApplicationsQuiz 15Quiz35 kb
Lecture 16: In vivo Quantitative Proteomics using SILACQuiz 16Quiz34 kb
Lecture 17: SILAC Clinical ApplicationsQuiz 17Quiz34 kb
Lecture 18: Isotope?Coded Affinity Tagging (ICAT)Quiz 18Quiz35 kb
Lecture 19: MS for PTM analysisQuiz 19Quiz35 kb
Lecture 20: Mid-Semester ExaminationQuiz 20Quiz24 kb
Lecture 21: Interactomics-Techniques to Study Protein?Protein InteractionsQuiz 21Quiz35 kb
Lecture 22: Antigen and Antibody MicroarraysQuiz 22Quiz35 kb
Lecture 23: Reversed?Phase Protein MicroarraysQuiz 23Quiz34 kb
Lecture 24: Cell?free Expression Based Protein MicroarraysQuiz 24Quiz34 kb
Lecture 25: Nucleic Acid Programmable Protein ArraysQuiz 25Quiz34 kb
Lecture 26: Microarrays for Autoantibody ProfilingQuiz 26Quiz34 kb
Lecture 27: Microarrays for PTM AnalysisQuiz 27Quiz35 kb
Lecture 28: Label?free ProteomicsQuiz 28Quiz33 kb
Lecture 29: Surface Plasmon ResonanceQuiz 29Quiz34 kb
Lecture 30: Surface Plasmon Resonance ImagingQuiz 30Quiz34 kb
Lecture 31: Protein Interaction Analysis using SPR and SPRiQuiz 31Quiz34 kb
Lecture 32: Nanotechnologies in ProteomicsQuiz 32Quiz35 kb
Lecture 33: Challenges in Clinical ProteomicsQuiz 33Quiz36 kb
Lecture 34: Serum ProteomicsQuiz 34Quiz34 kb
Lecture 35: Urine ProteomicsQuiz 35Quiz35 kb
Lecture 36: Salivary ProteomicsQuiz 36Quiz32 kb
Lecture 37: Bioinformatics and ProteomicsQuiz 37Quiz34 kb
Lecture 38: Proteomics for Translational ResearchQuiz 38Quiz34 kb
Lecture 39: Future of Proteomic Technologies for Clinical ApplicationsQuiz 39Quiz36 kb
Lecture 40: Final ExamQuiz 40Quiz24 kb