I was fortunate to sit down with Associate Professor Nikolai Slavov to chat about the SCoPE2 method, an improvement on the previously developed SCoPE-MS method, using multiplexed LC-ESI-MS/MS for single-cell proteomics. As published in Genome Biology, Nikolai’s team were able to substantially increase quantitative accuracy and throughput with the help of IonOpticks Aurora Series columns, lowering cost and hands-on time through automated, miniaturised sample preparation.
In this incredibly insightful interview, Nikolai discusses how recent technological advances in LC-MS are enabling his team to leverage the power of single-cell proteomics to answer biological questions with insights previously unattainable.
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Download a transcript of this interview here.
Further resources mentioned during the interview are listed below.
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The fourth Single Cell Proteomics Conference will be held on Aug 16 – 18, 2021 and will be a hybrid event, including both an in-person meeting in Boston and a virtual meeting via Zoom. Register and view the program here.
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About Jarrod Sandow
Jarrod has a background in biotechnology and completed his PhD at the Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science in Adelaide. He is a co-inventor of IonOpticks’ core technology and is driven towards developing innovative solutions for the global proteomics research community that will enable scientists and clinicians to discover more from their samples to accelerate advances in biological and medical research.