Serving your proteomics needs
We offer full-line, top-quality proteomics services ranging from sample preparation to publication-ready data.
Years of experience
Versatile proteomics platform to scan the full proteome and quickly identify biomarkers of all biological samples, such as cells, tissues, body fluids, and more.
Comprehensive HCP analysis by high resolution, large format 2D DIGE proteomics analysis allows high sensitivity detection, accurate quantitation and direct visualization of HCP antibody coverage & HCP/product profiling that no other platform can achieve.
Best proteomics platform for studying Post Translational Modifications (PTMs). Lights up and quantifies PTMs in 1 assay.
We offer an almost 100% success rate in protein identification by employing the latest mass spectrometry technologies and optimized proteomics protocols.
Top-quality proteomics services for academia and industry
Over 450 proteomics publications have cited Applied Biomics. Our proteomics services are cost effective, have quick turnaround, and are all performed in-house. With every service, we provide complimentary experimental design and strive for the highest quality to meet your goals.
Proteomics sample preparation is the most challenging and important step to ensure high quality data. We have developed and constantly optimize our proprietary sample prep protocols for every sample type. In general, customers can submit samples without any manipulation.
2D DIGE vs 2D Gel
Why run 2D-DIGE instead of the typical 2D-gel? What are the advantages of 2D-DIGE proteomics analysis 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 proteomics publications citing our services
450. Applebaum N, Chemel S, Matveev S, Pal SS, Sengupta A, Lucas B, Vigodner M. Phosphoproteome analysis of the crosstalk between sumoylation and phosphorylation in mouse spermatocytes. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2023 Nov 12:681:194-199.
449. Baro-Sastre B, Kim CY, Lin C, Kongsomboonvech AK, Tetard M, Salinas ND, Tolia NH, and Egan ES. Plasmodium falciparum exploits CD44 as a co-receptor for erythrocyte invasion. Blood. 2023 October.
448. Martinez-Marin D, Helmer RA, Kaur G, Washburn RL, Martinez-Zaguilan R, Sennone SR, Dufour JM, Chilton BS. Helicase-like transcription factor (HLTF)-deleted CDX/TME model of colorectal cancer increased transcription of oxidative phosphorylation genes and diverted glycolysis to boost S-glutathionylation in lymphatic intravascular metastatic niches. PLoS One. 2023 Sep; 18(9):e0291023.
447. Cui SQ, Zhang TT, Xiong XR, Zhao JH, Qilin Cao QL, Zhou HX, Xia XG. Detergent-insoluble PFN1 inoculation expedites disease onset and progression in PFN1 transgenic rats. Front Neurosci. 2023 Sep; 17:1279259.
446. Lewis SA et al. Identification of cow milk epitopes to characterize and quantify disease-specific T cells in allergic children. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2023 Aug; S0091-6749(23)01061-8.