Pressure Bioscience (OTCMKTS:PBIO) told investors that its ‘cell opening’ technology will be showcased at an upcoming conference focussing on proteomes.
The company’s partner SCIEX, a life science analytics specialist, is presenting and leading a workshop at the annual US Human Proteome Organization (US HUPO) conference in Boston between March 13 and 16.
Representatives of SCIEX, Pressure Bioscience and gene and protein analysis specialist Advaita Bioinformatics will share examples of how next-generation solutions can enable life science researchers to unlock the potential of their discoveries, the company said in a statement.
It highlighted that examples presented via the workshop will show how SCIEX's next-generation mass spectrometry-based solutions - combined with PBI's PCT platform and Advaita's iPathwayGuide - can industrialize research workflows.
Pressure Bioscience senior scientist Vera Gross will, as part of the showcase, give a presentation discussing the on advances of quantitative SWATH-MS technology with the introduction of new PCT-based sample preparation techniques.