Post-translational Modification Profiling

Studying PTMs in cellular processes


Post-translational modifications (PTMs) are the covalent modifications of proteins that occur during or after biosynthesis. Most commonly known PTMs are phosphorylation, glycosylation, ubiquitination, methylation, acetylation and lipidation. PTMs play a key role in many cellular processes, regulation of protein activity, localization and interaction of modified proteins with other proteins and cellular molecules such as nucleic acids, lipids, and cofactors. Biognosys’ discovery proteomics technologyis ideally suited to provide highly-multiplexed identification and quantification of protein PTMs for a wide variety of applications.


You are likely to benefit if you are looking to:

  • Identify PTMs that are modulated during disease progression or other processes
  • Discover critical PTMs that are responsive to compound treatment
  • Identify PTMs that are surrogate biomarkers for effective drug treatment, toxicity or drug resistance

How may we help you?

Biognosys offers discovery and targeted proteomics services to researchers that want to benefit from this technology. The projects are carried out in our state-of-the-art proteomics facility. For proteomics experts with own facilities we offer integrated and ready-to-use solutions in the form of reagents and software.

Biognosys Technology

Biognosys is the leading proteomics company offering services and tools for highly multiplexed protein quantification.

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Biognosys Services

We provide services for high-content protein quantification from any species in any biological matrix.

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Biognosys Products

For researchers with access to mass spectrometers we offer a variety of tools that empower researchers to bring next-generation proteomics in-house.

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Biognosys Online Shop

You are welcome to purchase our standardized products for Next-Generation Proteomics in our online shop.

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