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Evotec Proteomics Services

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Evotec offers unique proteomics services to address key issues in drug and biomarker discovery. The Company continuously advances its capabilities in mass spectrometry-based proteomics to ensure unrivalled comprehensiveness and data quality when analysing cells, animal models and patient samples.

The Company’s offering includes: 

  • Highly optimised experimental strategies tailored to different proteomics applications and project needs
  • Industry-leading capabilities in high-end quantitative mass spectrometry
  • Experience and infrastructure to analyse the enormous amounts of data generated in large-scale proteomics projects
  • Advanced statistics and bioinformatics for systems-wide data analysis
  • In-depth data interpretation to extract relevant drug target and mode-of-action information from proteomics experiments
  • Extensive track record to deliver high-quality results within agreed timelines

Evotec’s chemical proteomics technologies such as Cellular Target Profiling® reveal cellular drug targets and selectivity in an unbiased manner. Other Evotec proteomics technologies record protein modification and expression on a proteome-wide scale for drug mode-of-action analysis or biomarker discovery efforts. Thus, the Company’s platform offers highly innovative solutions that can be leveraged across the entire drug discovery and development pipeline.

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Evotec AG
Manfred Eigen Campus Essener Bogen 7 22419 Hamburg, Germany

Tel: +49.(0)40.5 60 81-0
Fax: +49.(0)40.5 60 81-222
Email: info@evotec.com



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