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Explore Exosome Proteomics at Creative Proteomics
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Poster Title: Explore Exosome Proteomics at Creative Proteomics
Submitted on 03 Nov 2021
Author(s): Creative Proteomics
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Abstract: Exosomes are one of the common extracellular vesicles (EVs) with diameter size of 30-150 nm. They are produced in endocytic compartments and then secreted to microenvironments, such as tissues and diverse biological fluids including serum/plasma, cerebrospinal fluid and urine (in vivo). Besides, exosomes can also be present in the conditioned media (in vitro). Definitely, the EVs have specialized and important functions in various physiological processes. However, compared with EVs in general, it is still unknown the unique characteristics or functions of exosomes in clinical biomarker areas. Therefore, with the development of the exosome isolation technique, there's a growing interest and make it is possible to figure out the detailed functions or application of exosomes in the pathological process of diseases.

Exosomes mainly contain a mixture of proteins, lipids, RNAs, etc. According to current studies, the exosomes from different biological fluids have diverse contents and functions. Definitely, compared with other contents, proteins play a crucial role in biological functions. Therefore, to perform total protein profiling of exosomes from different biological samples are essential and useful in biomarker discovery and clinical diagnosis.

Creative Proteomics provides professional and comprehensive exosome proteomics analysis to identify and quantify the proteins in the exosomes. In addition, we can also help you with biomarker discovery after interpreting proteomics data by powerful bioinformatics technique.
Summary: Based on advanced mass spectrometry platforms such as the Q Exactive Quadrupole Orbitrap and Agilent 6540 Q-TOF high-performance mass spectrometer, Creative Proteomics can provide customers with a one-stop-shop for exosome proteomics, aiming to provide a comprehensive analysis of exosomes from a holistic perspective. References: https://www.creative-proteomics.com/services/exosome-proteomics.htmReport abuse »
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