192 Electrokinetics for Biological Separation and Analysis

Monday, November 14, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:15 PM
Embarcadero (Parc 55 San Francisco)
Electrokinetics provides a significant tool for the separation and analysis of biomolecules, and has been adapted to the microfluidic device format. The ability to study processes at the cell and molecular levels promises to provide a host of information with benefits in the area of therapeutics and drug discovery. In this session, we invite papers describing biological separations to probe chemical and biochemical responses at cellular and sub-cellular levels; proteomic technologies such as electrophoretic protein separations; novel means of detecting and quantifying proteins or analyzing specific protein classes; proteomic analysis of post-translational modifications; mass spectroscopic methods, and other related technologies.

2016 Annual Meeting of the AES Electrophoresis Society

Adrienne Minerick
Email: minerick@mtu.edu

Erin A. Henslee
Email: e.henslee@surrey.ac.uk

3:15 PM
(192a) In-Depth Single Cell Chemical Analysis Using Nanowell-Based Sample Preparation Combined with Ultrasensitive Capillary Electrophoresis/Mass Spectrometry
Ryan T. Kelly, Ying Zhu, Yongzheng Cong, Roza Wojcik, Ansong Charles K., Wei-Jun Qian and Richard D. Smith

3:30 PM
(192b) Dielectrophoretic Based Molecular Targeting for Blood Chronobiology
Erin A. Henslee, John O'Neill, Malcolm von Schantz, Stephen Kitcatt, Rita Jabr, Akhilesh Reddy and Fatima H. Labeed

4:00 PM
(192d) Protein Phosphorylation Cytometry Via Single Cell Isoelectric Focusing
Shaheen Jeeawoody, Kevin A. Yamauchi and Amy E. Herr

4:15 PM
(192e) Preconcentration of Cardiac Troponins in Whole Serum By Isotachophoresis
Cornelius F. Ivory, Lang Qin, Alexander Jonson, Danny Bottenus, Wen-Ji Dong and Thomas D. Jacroux

5:00 PM
(192h) Refinement of an Internal Standard for Phosphotyrosine Western Blotting
Nancy Kendrick, Matt Hoelter, Andrew Koll, Ginny Powers and Jon Johansen