Profacgen, a state-of-the-art protein services provider that has accumulated abundant experience in virtually all aspects of protein development and production, now offers a series of protein labeling techniques and reagents to meet verified research requirements.
protein labeling techniques and reagents to meet verified research requirements.— Profacgen, a state-of-the-art protein services provider that has accumulated abundant experience in virtually all aspects of protein development and production, now offers a series of
The main purpose of protein labeling is to monitor biological processes, auxiliary detection (such as reliable quantification of compounds, specific detection of protein modifications) or to purify proteins and their binding objects. The labeling of proteins can improve detection sensitivity and simplify the detection workflow. Protein labeling is extensively used to enable the detection and purification of the desired protein, and to facilitate the tracking of protein expression, localization, interaction, activity and conformational changes in complicated cellular signaling events.
There are currently a variety of protein labeling technologies to help us study the abundance, location, interaction, post-translational modification, function, and even monitoring of protein transport in living cells of the protein of interest. There are currently many types of markers and marking methods to choose from, but a suitable marking strategy should be selected for a specific application.
Profacgen has designed a wide range of service portfolio to bring a versatile and reliable platform for custom protein production and development. Currently, protein labeling services at Profacgen mainly include:
Protein Conjugation Service on Beads
Protein Biotinylation Service
Quantum Dot Labeling
Incorporation of Bioorthogonal Handles
PEGylation Products and Services
“We have developed a series of protein labeling techniques and reagents to meet your research requirements. The most popular labels include fluorescent probes (Phycoerythrin, allophycocyanin, fluorescein, tetramethylrhodamine, fluor dyes), enzyme conjugates (horseradish peroxidase and alkaline phosphatase) and biotin. We also provide N15 & C13 labeling for your NMR experiments.” Commented Crystal, the chief marketing staff at Profacgen.
Profacgen offers different labeling services for the site-specific labeling of target proteins to ensure the quality of downstream applications. To get more detailed information, please visit https://www.profacgen.com/protein-labeling.htm.
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