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Multi-omics Analysis Service
Proteomics is a science that studies the protein composition and changes of cells, tissues or organisms based the proteome. Including protein expression level, post-translational modification, protein-protein interaction and other research content, focusing on the dynamic description of gene regulation, quantitative determination of the protein level of gene expression, identification of the impact of diseases and drugs on life processes, and explain the mechanism of gene expression regulation.
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IPHASE relies on advanced analysis and detection equipment and professional technical team, and uses many analysis methods such as MarkerView, Masterview, Metabianalyst, SIMCA-P to customize and complete customer needs
Quantitative proteomics
Using the DDA / DIA technology of high-resolution mass spectrometry, resolving the qualitative and quantitative information of proteins in the sample were comprehensively, and then performing the bioinformatics analysis.
TMT / iTraq quantitative proteome
Polypeptide in vitro labeling quantification technique, which calculated the ratio of the same protein between different samples to achieve the relative quantification of the protein.
Modified proteomics
To explore the effect of protein modifications such as acetylation, ubiquitylation and glycosylation and methylation on the biological phenotype. It can be used for drug target identification, clinical marker screening, etc.
Targeted proteomics
To test the target protein or peptide, with high selectivity, high specificity, high reproducibility and high accuracy detection.