The Mechanism of Action Studies is a standardized discovery proteomics service based on Hyper Reaction Monitoring (HRM-MS™), a next-generation proteomics technology invented at Biognosys for quantification of complete proteomes.
The Mechanism of Action service is used to identify the specific biochemical interactions in which a substance (e.g. a drug candidate) produces a pharmacological effect. Biognosys’ discovery proteomics platform provides a broader and deeper understanding of the molecular targets and the relevant biological pathways that are responsive to compound treatment by quantifying thousands of proteins among control and treatment samples for subsequent correlation analysis.
The Mechanism of Action service features a set of proven HRM workflows offering a choice of depth for the proteome profile and a fast turnaround time of 5-6 weeks for standard projects. It is ideal for researchers who are looking for a deep proteome quantification service to identify the mechanism of action and characterize molecular pathways in a hypothesis-free manner.
Post-translational modification analysis and other customized services are also available upon request.
The Mechanism of Action service can be carried out for virtually any species and biological matrix.
Detailed information for the most frequently requested sample types:
|Sample preparation protocols available||yes||yes||yes||yes||yes|
|# of proteins typically identified in the sample||3’000-10’000||3’000-10’000||300-600 (depleted
|Sample amount required||5-10 mg||105-106 cells||5-10 ul||100-200 ul||50-100 ul|
Learn more about the revolutionary next-generation proteomics - Hyper Reaction Monitoring (HRM™) in our technology section.
Learn about Biognosys tools that enable you to transfer the HRM technology to your own lab.
Biognosys is committed to providing the best possible results to our customers. We consider confidentiality, proactive communication, and structured project management as key factors in a successful customer relationship. Service projects are usually structured in the following way:
1. Project Set-up
2. Project Execution
3. Project Reporting
The results are presented and discussed with you in a seminar or webinar and delivered electronically in PDF and Excel formats that contain:
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