Many pressing medical challenges, such as diagnosing disease, enhancing directed stem-cell differentiation, and classifying cancers, have long been hindered by limitations in our ability to quantify proteins in single cells. Mass spectrometry (MS) is poised to transcend these limitations by developing powerful methods to routinely quantify thousands of proteins and proteoforms across many thousands of single cells. Emerging technological developments and ideas that can increase the sensitivity and throughput of single-cell MS by orders of magnitude and usher in this new age. These advances will transform medicine and ultimately contribute to quantitative understanding of biological systems at single-cell resolution.
- June 1-2 | 2023 | Single Cell Proteomics Conference (SCP2023)
- June 15-16 | 2022 | Single Cell Proteomics Conference (SCP2021)
- Aug 16-18 | 2021 | Single Cell Proteomics Conference (SCP2021)
- Aug 18-19 | 2020 | Single Cell Proteomics Conference (SCP2020)
- June 10-12 | 2019 | Single Cell Proteomics Conference (SCP2019)
- June 9-10 | 2018 | Single Cell Proteomics Conference (SCP2018)
- Unpicking the proteome in single cells, Science, 2020
- Transformative opportunities for single cell proteomics, JPR, 2018
- Understanding biological systems: In search of direct causal mechanisms
- Technologies for single-cell analysis
- Single-cell proteomics by mass-spec
- When do you need single-cell analysis?