Applied Biomics Expands to Full-line Proteomics Services
News Mar 23, 2009
Applied Biomics announced expanding its services to full-line Proteomics services. The newly expanded service line covers from sample preparation to generating high quality data ready for publication.
Applied Biomics employs proprietary sample preparation protocols allowing high-quality protein extraction from cell-lines, tissues, serum and other body fluids that originated from micro-organisms to plants, animals and human. The extracted proteins were then separated by 2-Dimensional Differential In-Gel Electrophoresis (2D DIGE), which can simultaneously detect thousands of proteins on their changes in the expression level and post-translational modification. The proteins of interest can then be identified by Mass Spectrometry using MALD TOF/TOF. Also included in the service line is the customized study design and high quality data ready for publication.
Applied Biomics service combines the extensive experience of proteomics experts, proprietary protocols and the state-of-art technology platform. In the post-genome era, the service provides a powerful tool in studying differential protein expression and post-translational modifications, which leads to identifying therapeutic/diagnostic markers in disease models and key regulators in major pathways.
The goal is to provide highly customized, high-quality, fast turn-around, cost-effective and full-line services that address various needs in the Proteomics area.
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