Targeted proteomics

Proteome analysis

Targeted proteomics has various applications in pharma, biotech, and the food industry. Unlike a discovery-based approach, where you map the proteins without prior knowledge of what may be present, the targeted proteomics approach detects peptide targets of already known proteins. Biomarker monitoring and validation are widely performed using targeted proteomics, providing high throughput, accurate, reproducible, and sensitive methods to measure key proteins of interest in small and large studies.

While proteomics typically provides relative quantification, targeted proteomics offers absolute quantification for concentration measurements. Targeted proteomics is a highly sensitive method and provides high-precision measurements. At Biogenity, we tailor the targeted proteomics methods for your applications.

If you'd like to learn more, we are happy to discuss your project and help you get the most out of your targeted proteome study.

Let’s discuss your project

Guiding you from sample to biology

Our experts are ready to help you with your targeted proteomics project. Ideally, we set up an online meeting where we get to learn about your project. Here, we discuss the different options to reach your aim.

Get a price estimate for your study

If you need an estimate for your project, we are happy to help. We encourage you to request an initial free consultation to assess which targeted proteomics approach fits your research aim.

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Sample preparation and Mass Spectrometry

Your targeted proteomics study

The various applications for targeted proteomics provide different opportunities and layers of information. At Biogenity, our proteomics experts are happy to give you insight into how the different workflows accommodate your research question to find the best approach for your targeted proteomics study.

Experienced professionals

Biogenity's team and our partners are well-experienced and work with the highest standard. We are experienced in finding peptide targets for the proteins. Here we, e.g., evaluate peptide features important for ionization. We gladly share our recommendations for targeted proteomics and provide complete transparency in the methods applied.

The latest mass spectrometers

We pride ourselves on offering some of the best equipment on the market. Our collaborating proteomics laboratory has some of the latest equipment from Thermo Fisher Scientific, ensuring a deep coverage. If you’d like to see the complete platform list, follow this link.

150 peptide targets per run for proteomics

Biogenity provides market-leading equipment by working with the latest Thermo Fisher Scientific instruments. We can monitor 150 peptides in a single sample injection with state-of-the-art accuracy. Experience the high throughput and reproducibility with LC-MS-based targeted proteomics with Biogenity's workflows.

Data analysis, including report, figures, and tables

Visualisation of your targeted proteomics

Whether you aim to measure the concentration of specific proteins or monitor biomarkers, we analyze the data and highlight the part of the data relevant to your targeted proteomic research aim. You will receive an easy-to-follow report describing the data analysis and results hereof, step-by-step, together with a folder containing all tables and figures. To ensure that you have the material needed, we always provide a vast number of figures and tables.

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Discover the power of Machine Learning (AI)

The ratio between the number of protein targets and the number of samples in medium to large cohort studies often supports machine learning methods. Whether you aim to discover promising treatment responders or diagnostic and prognostic markers, machine learning is a powerful tool essential in the journey towards personalized medicine. We assist both with developing models and extracting features so that you can get the most from your targeted protein study.

Machine learning-based models can, e.g., be trained to identify promising treatment responders, and feature extraction provides the proteins used for the predictions, which hereby serve as biomarkers for the treatment response.

Delivery and discussion

Delivered directly to your inbox

When your targeted protein analysis is ready, we deliver it directly to your inbox. Your data and reports are easy to access and secured with encryption and password protection.

You can receive your sample leftovers sent by courier, or Biogenity can safely discard them after project completion. It is entirely up to you.

Plant a tree with Biogenity and One Tree Planted

Partnering with One Tree Planted, we want to work towards a brighter future with better treatment for diseases and a healthy planet to enjoy life. For us, our children, grandchildren, and the generations to come.

Biogenity donates a dozen trees for every project delivered to support local communities, reforestation in the Amazon rainforest, and reduce CO2 emissions. See how we are making a difference together.

Post-consultation and discussion

It is important to us that you get the most out of your experiment, which is why we always offer a post-consultation where you can ask all your questions about the results. Together, we ensure that you have the best prerequisite for your further research. The consultation can also be used to explore the next step, whether you are looking to expand the project with additional omics studies or validate the results.

What you can expect:

  • Explanation of the different steps in the sample analysis
  • Discussion of the data
  • Explanation of the different steps in the data analysis
  • Q&A to the report

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