Indivumed and Biognosys partnership aims to enhance proteomics insights

Indivumed and Biognosys partnership aims to enhance proteomics insights

Biognosys brings proteomic breakthroughs to mainstream users Biognosys, a Swiss proteomics company, develops next-generation mass spectrometry-based proteomics technologies (HRM™) that achieve unprecedented sensitivity and depth with high reproducibility from low microgram amounts of protein. The HRM technology enables profiling of protein expression and phosphorylation in large sample cohorts. Thousands of proteins can be quantified simultaneously in a single measurement. Since next-generation proteomics is a label-free method, it is applicable in all species across a wide range of sample types including tissue samples and body fluids for biomarker discovery and mechanism of action studies. We are very excited with this partnership. Proteomics and phosphoproteomics play a crucial role in understanding cancer biology and adding Biognosys’ technology to the IndivuType multi-omics profile will enable relevant discoveries in our collaborations with pharma and biotech.” Dr. Hartmut Juhl, Indivumed CEO and founder “The IndivuType project is at the forefront of multi-omics cancer profiling”, says Dr. Oliver Rinner, CEO and founder of Biognosys. “Indivumed’s focus on sample quality and scale is unique in the field. Proteomics has long been known as a relatively low sample throughput technology. With the development of the parallel acquisition based next-generation technology, proteomics has become both, more sensitive and higher throughput. This has been the basis for our partnership. We are convinced that large scale proteomics and phosphoproteomics data from well characterized sample cohorts will add a highly relevant new dimension to quantitative biology, and specifically to cancer biology.“ Source:



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