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					                                    Workshop VI
       Proteomics: From Technologies to Targets and Biomarkers
                          May 5th, 2010 10:00 am – 5:30 pm

Moving Closer – Biomarker and Imaging for Drug Development & Safety, Diagnosis and
Treatment of Diseases
Dr. Oliver Steinbach, Department Head Bio-Molecular Engineering, Philips Research Labo-
ratories, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

An integrative genome-based approach to the study of sepsis
Hamid Hossain, PhD, Justus Liebig University of Giessen, Giessen, Germany

A quantitative chemical proteomics approach reveals novel modes of action of clinical
ABL kinase inhibitors
Prof. Dr. Bernhard Küster, Chair of Biological Chemistry, Technische Universität München
(TUM), Freising-Weihenstephan, Germany

Translating a Biomarker from early Discovery into the Clinics: What does it Take?
PD Dr. Hanno Langen, Global Head of Protein and Metabolite Biomarker Technologies,
Molecular Medicine Laboraties, F.Hoffmann-La Roche, Basel, Switzerland

Development and Validation of Biomarker Panels in NeuroPsychiatry
Michael Spain, M.D. | Chief Medical Officer, Rules-Based Medicine (RBM), Austin, TX, USA

Unlocking the serum proteome for clinical applications
Prof. Carl A.K. Borrebaeck, Department of Immunotechnology, Lund University, Sweden

Miniaturized immunoassays – technologies & applications
Thomas Joos PhD, NMI Natural and Medical Sciences Institute at the University of Tübin-
gen, Markwiesenstr. 55, 72770 Reutlingen, Germany

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Description: DNA chips or biochips, also known as gene chips, which are DNA hybridization probe and the semiconductor industry is combined with crystallization. The technology refers to a large number of probe molecules fixed on supports with a fluorescent marker after the DNA samples were hybridized molecules, molecules by detecting hybridization of each probe to obtain samples of molecular signal strength and thus the number and sequence information.