2697
Proteomics

The purpose of the session is to showcase the latest research in utilizing proteomic and peptidomic strategies to address biological questions. Also of relevance are new developments in the understanding of how growth regulating peptides act in plants and animals and the role of secreted proteins in biology.
Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2015
Time: 10:30 AM-12:40 PM
Room: Pacific Salon 3
Organizers:
Madan K. Bhattacharyya and Michael A. Djordjevic
10:30 AM
Protein Microarray Platform for Pathogen Effectors Studies and Beyond
Shisong Ma, Dept of Plant Biology and The Genome Center, University of California Davis; John McDowell, PPWS Department, Virginia Tech; Brett Tyler, Oregon State University; S.P. Dinesh-Kumar, Department of Plant Biology and The Genome Center, University of California Davis,

10:50 AM
Proteomic Analysis of Abiotic Stress in Grapevines
Paul A. Haynes, Macquarie University; Ryan M. Ghan, University of Nevada, Reno; Daniel W. Hopper, University of Nevada; Grant R. Cramer, University of Nevada, Reno; Anne Fennell, South Dakota State University; Iniga S. George, Macquarie University; David C.L. Handler, Macquarie University

11:30 AM
Using Proteomics in Transgenic Wheat to Assess the Effects of an RNA Interference Construct that Targets a Family of Seed Storage Proteins.
Ann E. Blechl, USDA-ARS; William Vensel, USDA-ARS; Brian S. Beecher, USDA-GIPSA; Charlene Tanaka, USDA-ARS; Susan B. Altenbach, USDA-ARS

11:50 AM
GNPS - a Preview of the Future of Community Wide Collaboration and the Power of Social Networking in Mass Spectrometry
Mingxun Wang, University of California - San Diego; Jeremy Carver, University of California - San Diego; Vanessa Phelan, University of California - San Diego; Laura Sanchez, University of California - San Diego; Tal Luzzatto, University of California - San Diego; Neha Garg, University of California - San Diego; Pieter Dorrestein, University of California - San Diego; Nuno F. Bandeira, University of California, San Diego

12:10 PM
Drought Stress Research in Crops Using -Omics Approaches: mRNA Seq and Proteomics in the Spot Light
Ewaut Kissel, KULeuven; Jassmine Zorilla, KULeuven; Mathieu Rouard, Bioversity International; Rony Swennen, KU Leuven; Sebastien C Carpentier, KULeuven

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