HUPO 2019 Congress, Adelaide

The 18th Human Proteome Organization World Congress (HUPO2019) was hosted by the Australasian Proteomics Society (APS) and held in the beautiful ‘City of Churches’, Adelaide, Australia. HUPO 2019 focuses on “Advancing Global Health Through Proteome Innovation” and brings together world-leading experts and the next generation of early career scientists to promote how proteomics is advancing our knowledge of human and planetary health.

During HUPO2019, we had a chance to present some of our recent works, take a look at some highlights below.

Dr Morten Thaysen-Andersen presenting Outcomes of the 1st Human Glycoproteomics Initiative (HGI) Study, a Community Evaluation of Informatics Solutions for Intact Glycopeptide Identification.

Dr Rebeca Kawahara Sakuma giving a talk about Stage-specific N-glycosylation of abundant plasma proteins across four stages of colorectal cancer.

Ms Sayantani Chatterjee giving a talk titled Protein paucimannosylation is an enriched N-glycosylation signature of human cancers and competing at the HUPO three-minute thesis competition (runner-up).

Mr Harry Tjondro and his poster, Unusual Site- and Granule-Specific N-Glycosylation of Human Myeloperoxidase from Resting Neutrophils.Mr Julian Ugonotti and his poster, Deciphering the biosynthesis of paucimannosidic proteins in human neutrophils.
Mrs Anastasia Chernykh and her poster, Site-Specific Glycoprofiling of Recombinant Human Corticosteroid-Binding Globulin.Mr Kevin Chau and his poster, Circadian rhythm impacts the synaptic glycosylation machinery but not the N-glycosylation signatures in mice brains.
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