CD Genomics offers efficient and cost-effective fast turnaround analysis services for a wide range of proteomics and transcriptomics data from various platforms, including labeled or unlabeled LC-MS/MS and protein immunoassays, as well as NGS and long-read sequencing data. We can accept data in various formats, such as peptide or protein-specific intensity and spectral count matrices, or combined miRNA and other small RNA data for analysis.
Transcriptomics is an intermediate module that links the genome and proteome. It involves a complex set of expression regulation mechanisms, such as transcriptional regulation, post-transcriptional regulation, translation regulation, and post-translation regulation. Integrating transcriptomics and proteomics data through multi-omics analysis is beneficial for studying the multi-level regulation of gene expression, providing a panoramic view of gene expression, and offering more comprehensive information for medical research, drug development, and agricultural development.
Transcriptomics studies the function of the transcriptome in cells, tissues, or organisms under various biological conditions. The relationship between the transcriptome and the genome indicates that the information of the organism is stored in DNA (genome) and expressed through RNA (transcriptome). The main focus of transcriptomics is to discover how the transcriptome of cells, tissues, or organisms is affected by diseases or environmental factors such as drugs and hormones. Non-coding RNA is another essential aspect of transcriptomics. These functional elements play a vital role in the occurrence of various diseases and their response to treatment.
Proteomics is a high-throughput study of the protein composition of cells, tissues, organisms, or other biological systems. In addition to steady-state abundance, proteomics can also help determine the location and rate of specific protein production and degradation over time. Other proteomics techniques can identify post-translational modifications (PTMs), interactions, and movement between subcellular compartments.
Integrated proteomic and transcriptomic analysis