Protein analysis plays an important role in stem cell research, and for most researchers, Western blotting is a key component of their toolbox. From verifying pluripotency and identifying lineage-specific cell types to identifying key modulators of cell signaling pathways, to evaluating disease models and therapeutic approaches, the right protein analysis
techniques can help you achieve success. In this eBook, we examine technological advances in Western blotting and protein analysis that are at the forefront of stem cell research. Learn how automated Western systems and Single-Cell Westerns can advance your stem cell research.
In this eBook, we examine technological advances in protein analysis that are at the forefront of immuno-oncology research and therapeutic development.
Research into prevention and treatment of disorders of the brain and nervous system are in greater demand as the world’s population expands. This group of diseases result in more hospitalizations than any other group, including heart disease and cancer. Odds are that you know someone affected by a neurological disorder, as The World Health Organization estimates that one billion people are affected by them, contributing to 11% of the world’s disease burden.
Robust and fast analytical techniques are critical for achieving commercial success of therapeutic biologics and achieving it first. Speed up the development process with iCE and MFI from ProteinSimple. These highly sensitive technologies will streamline each step in the biologics characterization and manufacturing process so that you can win the race to FDA approval.
Speed up your biomarker discovery with Simple Western and Simple Plex from ProteinSimple. These highly sensitive, robust and hands-free platforms enable biomarker characterization in hours versus days helping you to win the race to your next discovery.
Proteins are the heart and soul of functional biology and understanding proteins is central to understanding disease. However, proteins are difficult to interrogate because they are large, complex, and unique. Here at ProteinSimple, we believe that traditional protein analysis tools can be overly complex or inadequate, and our goal is to make protein analysis simpler, more quantitative, and affordable. Ultimately, we want to help researchers gain a better understanding of proteins and their role in disease.