The proteome is the protein content of organelles, cells, tissues, or organisms.
Proteomics, aspires to identify and characterize all the proteins in different proteomes.
Analytical proteomics involves identifying, quantifying, and characterizing the posttranslational modifications of the proteins in different proteomes; that is, changes in protein structure, that occur after the process whereby genetic information is translated into a working protein.
Functional proteomics aims to obtain the same type of information on proteins that form functional complexes, and also to determine the sites and dynamics of interactions within the complexes. Expected outcomes of proteomics include faster development of new therapeutics and biotechnological products, and an improved understanding of biological phenomena.
What can we do for you?
- Electrophoresis in one dimension
- Comprehensive analysis – identification of 800-3000 proteins from one cell type extracts.
- Quantitative proteomics – definition of the relative levels of the proteins in different cell types or the shifts in these levels as a response to treatment.
- Analysis of protein complexes – characterization of the interaction between the different cellular proteins and determination of their sub-cellular locations.
- Modifications – determination of posttranslational modifications patterns (phosphorylation, ubiquitination, acetylation, etc.).
- Variations- determination of the differences between similar proteins.
- Chromatography with capillary columns
- Bioinformatic analysis with the most up to date softwares and databases
And many more…
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