Proteomic tools that enable labs to adopt next generation proteomics technology

For researchers with access to mass spectrometers we offer a variety of tools that empower researchers to bring next-generation proteomics in-house. With our integrated and ready-to-use solutions in the form of reagents and software you can easily implement various proteomics workflows in your own lab. Depending on your project goals you can choose a discovery workflow, which is ideal for profiling of thousands of proteins per sample across treatments or conditions, or a targeted proteomics workflow, best suited for high throughput quantification of selected proteins.

Discovery proteomics

Our discovery proteomics solutions rely on Hyper Reaction Monitoring (HRM-MS™), a mass spectrometry based next generation proteomics technology invented at Biognosys for quantification of complete proteomes. HRM enables reproducible and precise quantification of thousands of proteins in a single instrument run with data independent acquisition (DIA or SWATH). Biognosys’ products including calibration kits and software support the HRM workflow seamlessly and allow for an easy implementation of HRM in your lab.


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Targeted proteomics

Multiple and Parallel Reaction Monitoring (MRM and PRM) are targeted proteomics techniques that offer highly specific and sensitive quantification of selected proteins from complex biological samples. With Biognosys solutions, based on the unique iRT concept, researchers can achieve absolute quantification of up to 100 target proteins per run with a dynamic range of 6 orders of magnitude. Integrated workflow kits and software make targeted proteomics accessible to every lab.



Check the complete portfolio of Biognosys targeted proteomics kits and software in the online shop.

 Read about the Biognosys’ targeted proteomics technology in our technology section.


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