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SpikeMix™ Proteotpyic Peptide Pools

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JPT is happy to launch SpikeMix™ -  an inexpensive source of customized and ready-to-use, heavy  peptide pools for use in mass spectrometry.  


The new product line offers fast access to large numbers and small amounts of pooled proteotypic  peptides to be used as standards  in mass spectrometry-based proteomics (i.e. MRM/ SRM assays).  In addition to the highly flexible production  of customized SpikeMix™  peptide pools, JPT also offers a variety of pre-aliquoted, ready-to-use catalog products.


All proteotypic peptides within our new SpikeMixes™ are stable isotope-labeled  at their  C-terminus by means of  Arg (U-13C6; U-15N4) or Lys (U-13C6; U-15N2). 

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SpikeMix™ ABRF (cross-species standard)
1000 heavy proteotypic peptides mixed in one pool for conserved human, mouse and rat proteins. The SpikeMix™ ABRF (cross-species standard) has been developed in cooperation with the Proteomics Standards Research Group of ABRF.

1 pmol / peptide for $149
10 pmol / peptide for $495

SpikeMix™ Tumor Associated Antigens (TAA)
252 heavy proteotypic peptides for 61 human cancer related proteins used as cancer biomarkers (e.g. MAGE, WT-1, ERBB2, p53, Myc).

50 pmol / peptide for  $405

SpikeMix™ Human Cytokines
461 proteotypic peptides for 219 cytokine regulators of immune responses to infections, inflammation and trauma (e.g. interleukines, intereferons, lymphokines, chemokines).

50 pmol / peptide for  $405

Coming Soon: SpikeMix™ Kinase Activation Loops
Heavy-labeled proteotypic phosphorylated and non-phosphorylated peptides for kinase activation loops.


CUSTOM

Customized SpikeMix™
Stable isotope proteotypic peptides mixed and aliquoted according to your specifications.
Alkylation and post-translational modifications (PTMs such as phosphorylation, glycosylation, methylation and others) upon request.

$9.95 / peptide (250 – 499 peptides)
$9.50 / peptide (500 -999 peptides)
$8.50 / peptide (from 1000 peptides)


QC/QA for SpikeMixes™
ISO 9001:2008 Certification & GCLP Compliance

Application Note
Visit us online and read the Application Note by C.M. Colangelo, Director of Protein Profiling at Yale University and Chair of the Proteomics Standards Research Group (ABRF).

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Tel: +49-30-6392-7878 or 1.888.578.2660 (for USA/Canada)
Fax: +49-30-6392-7888 or 1.888.578.2666 (for USA/Canada)
Email: peptide@jpt.com



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