CD Genomics, staffed by highly experienced biological scientists in proteomics research, can provide a series of proteomics sequencing data bioinformatics analysis services for our customers. From project design, data analysis to chart making, we provide one-stop service, and we look forward to helping you in your research process.
Proteome is a general term for all proteins expressed by cells and tissues in an organism, which is encoded by a set of genome. Proteomic (proteomic) refers to the study of protein characteristics at the proteomic level, such as the detection of types, expression levels, interactions, and protein modifications, so as to obtain regulatory relationships between proteins and find labeled proteins. Mass spectrometry is the most commonly used method in proteomics research. The principle of mass spectrometry is that after the purified protein molecules are ionized, the peptide molecules are separated and detected in the electromagnetic field according to the different charge-mass ratio.
Proteome biological information analysis is the analysis of mass spectrometry data. First, the detection results are compared with the protein profile database, and the qualitative analysis is performed on the detected proteins. Then quantify the detected protein, functional annotation, difference analysis, etc. Proteomic bioinformatics analysis lays a data foundation for subsequent research on proteins.
◎ Disease research
◎ Plant and animal phenotyping
◎ Drug discovery and development
◎ Toxicological testing
◎ Antibody profiling for study and treatment disease
◎ Diagnostic biomarker discovery
1. Accuracy evaluation of mass spectrometry data
2. Protein identification
3. Annotation of protein function
4. Quantitative protein analysis
5. Differential protein analysis
6. Differential protein function analysis
CD Genomics analysis team not only provides standardized biological information analysiscontent for proteomics data, but also provides personalized customized analysis services according to customer project needs. For more information, please click online inquiry for more details.