Creative BioMart, a leading provider of recombinant protein and custom protein services, announces that it now offers a wide range of biomarker proteins for research use.
Biomarker proteins are molecules that can be used to measure and monitor biological processes, including those associated with disease. They have the potential to revolutionize medicine by enabling personalized healthcare and early disease detection.
Creative BioMart’s biomarker protein catalog includes a variety of proteins that have been implicated in a wide range of diseases, including:
- Heart disease
- Infectious diseases
- Neurological disorders
- Autoimmune diseases
- Inflammatory diseases
Some of the genes that these biomarker proteins are encoded by include: ACP1, ACPP, ACVRL1, ADM, AFP, EGFR, CD38, CDH1, IL6, Ngf, ROR1, TP53, TNF, VWF, etc.
Creative BioMart’s biomarker proteins are produced using a variety of expression systems, including E. coli, yeast, and mammalian cells. This allows Creative BioMart to produce biomarker proteins in a variety of formats, including recombinant proteins, native proteins, and GMP-grade proteins.
Creative BioMart’s biomarker proteins are also available in a variety of purities, including analytical grade, research grade, and clinical grade, meeting the diverse needs of its customers, including researchers, pharmaceutical companies, and clinical diagnostic laboratories.
“We are excited to offer our customers a wide range of biomarker proteins for research use,” said Linna, the chief marketing staff at Creative BioMart. “Biomarker proteins have the potential to revolutionize medicine, and we are committed to providing our customers with the tools they need to accelerate their research.”
Creative BioMart also offers a variety of custom protein services, including protein expression, purification, modification, and engineering. This allows Creative BioMart to produce custom biomarker proteins that meet the specific needs of its customers.
For example, Creative BioMart can produce custom biomarker proteins that have been modified with fluorescent labels or biotin tags. This allows researchers to track and visualize biomarker proteins in cells and tissues. Creative BioMart can also produce custom biomarker proteins that have been engineered to have specific properties, such as increased stability or affinity for a particular target molecule.
“We are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality biomarker proteins and custom protein services,” said Linna. “We believe that our products and services can help our customers accelerate their research and bring new and innovative treatments to patients.”
To view the entire list of biomarker proteins provided by Creative BioMart, please visit https://www.creativebiomart.net/biomarker.htm.