NOC:Interactomics: Basics and Applications


Lecture 1 - Introduction to Proteomics


Lecture 2 - Introduction to Interactomics


Lecture 3 - High throughput platforms of interactomics: Protein arrays


Lecture 4 - Cell-free expression based protein microarrays


Lecture 5 - NAPPA: Recombinational Cloning, Basic workflow, Surface Chemistry, Printing and Assessment


Lecture 6 - NAPPA Technology and Protein Arrays - I


Lecture 7 - NAPPA Technology and Protein Arrays - II


Lecture 8 - Biomarkers: Harnessing the immune system for early detection of disease - I


Lecture 9 - Biomarkers: Harnessing the immune system for early detection of disease - II


Lecture 10 - Biomarkers: Harnessing the immune system for early detection of disease - III


Lecture 11 - NAPPA and its applications in study of antibody immune response in disease and in drug screening - I


Lecture 12 - NAPPA and its applications in study of antibody immune response in disease and in drug screening - II


Lecture 13 - NAPPA and its applications in study of antibody immune response in disease and in drug screening - III


Lecture 14 - Using functional proteomics to identify biomarkers and therapeutic targets - I


Lecture 15 - Using functional proteomics to identify biomarkers and therapeutic targets - II


Lecture 16 - Applications of protein microarrays in Malaria Research - I


Lecture 17 - Applications of protein microarrays in Malaria Research - II


Lecture 18 - Introduction to Bioprinting and IrisOptical QC Benefits - I


Lecture 19 - Introduction to Bioprinting and IrisOptical QC Benefits - II


Lecture 20 - Screening of autoantibody signatures in cancer patients: Lab demonstration


Lecture 21 - Basics of Image Scanning and data acquisition


Lecture 22 - Applications of protein arrays in identification of autoantibody signatures - I


Lecture 23 - Applications of protein arrays in identification of autoantibody signatures - II


Lecture 24 - Applications of protein microarrays in deciphering PTMs and biological networks


Lecture 25 - Basics and Applications of Reverse Phase Protein Arrays - I


Lecture 26 - Basics and Applications of Reverse Phase Protein Arrays - II


Lecture 27 - Basics and Applications of Reverse Phase Protein Arrays - III


Lecture 28 - An overview of label-free technologies


Lecture 29 - Surface Plasmon Resonance - Principles and Assays - I


Lecture 30 - Surface Plasmon Resonance - Principles and Assays - II


Lecture 31 - Basics of SPR: Surface chemistry


Lecture 32 - Basics of SPR: Experimental design


Lecture 33 - Protein immobilization for protein-protein interaction studies


Lecture 34 - Protein-protein interaction study: Binding analysis


Lecture 35 - Protein-protein interaction study: Kinetic analysis


Lecture 36 - Use of SPR in unravelling domain motif interactions of proteasomal assembly chaperones


Lecture 37 - Protein-small molecule interaction study: Immobilization and binding analysis


Lecture 38 - Protein-small molecule interaction study: Kinetic analysis


Lecture 39 - An introduction to biolayer interferometry (BLI)and its applications in protein research


Lecture 40 - Biomolecular interactions using Bio-Layer Interferometry (BLI) - I


Lecture 41 - Biomolecular interactions using Bio-Layer Interferometry (BLI) - II


Lecture 42 - Lab session- An introduction to BioLayer Interferometry (BLI) and its applications in protein research


Lecture 43 - Applications of label-free technologies - II


Lecture 44 - Biomolecular interaction analytics using MicroScale Thermophoresis


Lecture 45 - Mass Spectrometry coupled Interactomics - I


Lecture 46 - Mass Spectrometry coupled Interactomics - II


Lecture 47 - Next-Generation Sequencing Technology - Ion Torrent


Lecture 48 - NGS Technology - Bioinformatics and data analysis - I


Lecture 49 - NGS Technology - Bioinformatics and data analysis - II


Lecture 50 - Next-Generation Sequencing Technology- Illumina


Lecture 51 - Agilent complete NGS target enrichment workflow for exomes, targeted panels and beyond


Lecture 52 - The Human Pathology Atlas: A Pathology Atlas of the Human Transcriptome - I


Lecture 53 - The Human Pathology Atlas: A Pathology Atlas of the Human Transcriptome - II


Lecture 54 - Statistical Analysis - I


Lecture 55 - Statistical Analysis - II


Lecture 56 - Secondary Data Analysis


Lecture 57 - Pathway Enrichment and Network Analysis


Lecture 58 - Data Repositories and Databases


Lecture 59 - Application of multi-omics approach for better understanding of cancers


Lecture 60 - Integrated Omics and Systems Biology- Conclusion