Becoming Better Informed
Determining the specificity of antibody recognition across the human proteome
UMAP Substrate Identification for PARK2/Parkin
SMART Analysis of XPHARMX Investigational Compounds (FTC1, FTC2)
SMART profiling of Sorafenib-treated HepG2 cells. from AVMBioMed on Vimeo.
Project No. PC16-980.001 Snapshot Proteomics applied towards pharmacodynamic biomarker discovery: A pilot study inex-vivo-treated human sera Final Report Submitted to Drs. XXXXXXXXXX and XXXXXXXX 11 January 2016 AVMBioMed, LLC 33W.KingSt.#181 Malvern, PA19355 Contacts: ChristianLoch, M.P.H, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org Phone:(610)846.286.2466×707 Fax: (610) 846.286.2466 Director […]
Screening Needs Translated with Protein Microarrays Posted: 3 December 2015, http://www.biocompare.com By Jeffrey M. Perkel Human cells have only about 20,000 genes. But thanks to alternative splicing and post- translational modification, their instructions can manifest in millions of ways. The trick, says Christian Loch, director of research and development at AVMBioMed, a service provider located […]
Why should I use Proteomics? -The proteome provides 50-fold more cellular information than the genome: there are ~23,000 human genes, ~100,000 transcripts, and 20 million proteins. -Proteins are the molecules that conduct the cell’s business. The genes of every cell in your body are identical, but the proteome of a neuron doesn’t resemble that of […]