Monthly Archives: January 2012

Looking ahead to some 2012 events

The start of 2012 has been a very busy time for us in terms of organising our attendance at conferences which are taking place all over the world. I have been making final arrangements for events being held over the next couple of months, and booking up meetings for later in 2012. Our first conference […]

How can you analyse a mixture of technical and biological replicates in your proteomics experiment?

While this is one of the blog’s more popular posts, it’s worth noting that the recommendations made here should be applied only in situations where you’ve already run your samples. If you’ve yet to run your samples, you can tackle the technical vs. biological replicates issue in a much better way, using an experimental design […]