At DC Biosciences, we offer a broad range of mass spectrometry-based protein identification methods.
DC Biosciences offers the most commonly-used relative quantitation methods: isobaric labeling with tandem mass tags (TMT), label-free, SILAC, and data-independent acquisition (DIA).
Affinity pull-downs are one of the most common types of proteomic experiments performed in any research laboratory. Combining such experiments with mass spectrometry can be challenging, but it is a very powerful approach when studying protein-protein interactions.
We can offer intact mass determination of your protein. Simply provide us with the sample and information regarding the composition of the buffer, and we will do the rest.
At DC Biosciences we have partnered with highly experienced bioinformaticians with a broad range of knowledge to analyse your data. We can combine our own understanding of the field of proteomics with bioinformatic expertise to produce clear and robust results.