Serving your proteomics needs
We offer full-line, top-quality proteomics services ranging from sample preparation to publication-ready data.
Years of experience
Versatile platform to study the full proteome and identify biomarkers of any sample, such as cells, tissues, body fluids, and more.
Fluorescent labeling and high resolution large format 2D DIGE platform allows high sensitivity detection, accurate quantitation and direct visualization of HCP antibody coverage & HCP profiling that no other platform can achieve.
We offer an almost 100% success rate in protein identification by employing the latest technologies and optimized protocols.
Top-quality services for academia and industry
Over 400 publications have cited Applied Biomics. Our services are cost effective, have quick turnaround, and are all performed in-house. With every service, we provide complimentary experimental design and proprietary sample preparation.
Great customer service is our top priority, and we would like to show our appreciation when you choose us. We have several special offers for our new customers to help them get started. Receive up to a 15% discount on the first 2D DIGE analytical gel.
2D DIGE vs 2D Gel
Why run 2D-DIGE instead of the typical 2D-gel? What are the advantages of 2D-DIGE in terms of cost, quality, and reproducibility? These are some common questions our customers ask. It turns out that 2D DIGE offers significant advantages over 2D-gels.
Featured publications citing our services
420. Anastasaki C, Mo J, Chen JK, Chatterjee J, Pan Y, Scheaffer SM, Cobb O, Monje M, Le LQ and Gutmann DH. Neuronal hyperexcitability drives central and peripheral nervous system tumor progression in models of neurofibromatosis-1. Nat Commun. 2022 May; 2785(2022): 13.
419. Lin A, Piehowski PD, Tsai CF, Makushok T, Yi L, Diaz U, Yan C, Summers D, Sood P, Smith RD, Liu T and Marshall WF. Determining protein polarization proteome-wide using physical dissection of individual Stentor coeruleus cells. Curr Biol. 2022 Apr; S0960-9822 (22) 00565-6.
418. Ramani K, Robinson AE, Berlind J, Fan W, Abeynayake A, Binek A, Barbier-Torres L, Noureddin M, Nissen NN, Yildirim Z, Erbay E, Mato JM, Van Eyk JE, Lu SC. S-adenosylmethionine inhibits la ribonucleoprotein domain family member 1 in murine liver and human liver cancer cells. Hepatology. 2022 Feb; 75(2): 280-296.
417. Liu K, Hunter T, Taverner A, Yin K, MacKay J, Colebrook K, Correia M, Rapp A, Mrsny RJ. GRP75 as a functional element of cholix transcytosis. Tissue Barriers. 2022 Mar: 2039003.
416. Siripuram R, Bartolek Z, Patil K, Gill SS, Pai SB. Disruption of Colorectal Cancer Network by Polyphyllins Reveals Pivotal Entities with Implications for Chemoimmunotherapy. Biomedicines. 2022 February; 10(3): 583.