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Targeted Lipidomics Lipid Profiling and Fatty Acid Analysis Developed by Creative Proteomics

Creative Proteomics
Posted on: 27 Aug 18

New York – August 24, 2018- Creative Proteomics announced the launching of advanced Lipidomics assessment service, including Targeted Lipidomics,Lipid profiling and Fatty Acid Analysis. Creative Proteomics has established sensitive, reliable, and accurate analysis method to provide a tailor-made service with rapid analysis procedures and clearly report, which allows us to build an ideal scientific model to speed up your research.

Lipids play an important role in biological physiology which is not only in energy storage and structural components of cellular membranes but also in signal transduction, membrane trafficking, and morphogenesis, featured with excellent reproducibility, high and ultra-sensitivity. Our company provides reliable, rapid and cost-effective targeted lipidomics services based on a comprehensive separation, characterization, identification and quantification system combine with excellent reproducibility, high and ultra-sensitivity process. Besides, even though the endogenous fatty acids metabolites are rather low concentration, sensitive but we established specific analytical methods to quantify these compounds. HPLC-MS/MS appeared to be one of the main techniques used for fatty acids metabolites quantification.

It is also notable that Lipid Profiling Service gives researchers an option to choose how many total lipid classes to analyze and should consult the Core Director for pricing based on the number of lipid classes requested. This unique and cost-wise method covers more than 1,100 molecular species across 16 lipid classes, including principle phospholipid, sphingolipid, and neutral lipid classes. The scientists at Creative Proteomics utilize GC methods to Profile Neutral or Phospho-Lipids. To be specific, by using a modified Folch method, Lipids could be extracted from tissue, plasma or cells, and assessed as either total lipid content, or separated on a TLC plate for analysis of each individual lipid class. Lipids are hydrolyzed prior to GC analysis. Quantitation of lipids in each class by fatty acid chain length can be provided by GC Analysis but individual molecular structures cannot be provided.

Creative Proteomics is continuing to optimize analytical software, facilities, and experiment design. Continued modification including developing Lipidomics Analysis workflow and reducing turnaround time to make it more efficient and effective.

About Creative Proteomics:

Creative Proteomics is programming a full range of services to support various proteome-related researches from identification of single proteins to large-scale proteomic studies. The advancement of our proteomics analysis platforms and our specialized employees allows us to provide efficient high throughput and super-sensitivity services, including protein separation, characterization, identification, and quantification. In addition to offering analyses of protein post-translational modifications such as phosphorylation and glycosylation. Our team aims at providing you the optimal service for your research needs basing at the lowest cost level in the industry. More information is available at: https://www.creative-proteomics.com/services/untargeted-lipidomics.htm

Contacts:

Melissa George

contact@creative-proteomics.com

1-631-619-7922

Editor's Details

sherry
Creative Proteomics
sherry0cryer@gmail.com

Last updated on: 27/08/2018

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