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Explore the power of data independent acquisition (DIA), also known as SWATH® Acquisition. A label-free quantification approach is designed to achieve optimal quantitative data analysis of several thousand proteins in various sample types.
Our team of scientists has optimized the label-free quantitative proteomics solution to provide the most reliable result for your workflow.
Using SWATH acquisition which is also called data independent acquisition (DIA) method, every single ionizable peptide in the sample can be detected and quantified. The method is ideal for comparison studies between cohorts of two or multiple different treatments.
The SWATH technology uses a clever way to record everything while maintaining the ability to easily search the results after the analysis. The key to this acquisition method is a fractionation of the studied mass range in smaller windows. Every peptide that falls into one window is fragmented and the machine records its MS/MS signature. Then, by using an ion library, we are able to deconvolute the signal and extract quantitative information for every peptide, at the MS/MS level.
Sample multiplexing, i.e. pooling several experimental conditions in one MS run, is a method that helps with proteome profiling.
Labeling techniques provide the highest level of comparison between the treatment groups. Differential chemical labeling allows sample multiplexing which provides powerful tools for proteome profiling without extensive fractionation of samples before analysis.
Some examples of labeling techniques are:
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Our in-depth and interactive data reports include analyzed data, methods, and conclusions. You can also access your raw data. We don’t hold anything back.
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In-depth profiling of many classes of biologically relevant lipids using our high resolution instruments.
See the big picture by combining proteomics, lipidomics and metabolomics data.
Sample profiling using either untargeted metabolomics or selected panels of targeted metabolites is the best technique.
We help customers unlock the value and potential of their data with clearer, deeper insights.