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Skyline Course 2023 – Register Now

Dortmund, 2nd December 2022

A training course on the open source software Skyline is taking place at ISAS in Dortmund from 20 to 23 March 2023. The course on using the software for (un)targeted proteomics and metabolomics, lipidomics and glycomics is aimed at beginners and advanced users.


Day 1 – Introduction to Targeted Quantitative Proteomics & Skyline, SRM Assay Development

Day 2 – Parallel Reaction Monitoring (PRM), Indexed Retention Time & Absolute Quantification

Day 3 – MS1 Filtering, DIA Data Analysis & Further Advanced Topics

Day 4 – Small Molecules Data Analysis

The agenda contains further details on the course and speakers.

The registration fee – 540 euros (academic) and 810 euros (industry) – includes course materials, refreshments, lunch and one dinner. Participants need to bring their own notebooks to the course (OS Windows or a virtual Windows machine, at least 8 GB RAM, admin rights).

Registration until January 20

Registration is possible via this form, either by e-mail to or fax to +49 (0) 2 31.13 92-200, until Friday, January 20, 2023. ISAS will consider registrations following the order in which they were received. The course will take place with a minimum registration of 20 participants.


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