Protein coronas on functionalized nanoparticles enable quantitative and precise large-scale deep plasma proteomics
This poster demonstrates how multi-nanoparticle protein corona-based proteomics captures more proteins with accurate fold-changes, linearity, and precision compared to neat digestion plasma workflow.
Deep, unbiased and quantitative mass spectrometry-based plasma proteome analyses of adaptive response to COVID-19 vaccine
This poster demonstrates how the Proteograph workflow performance, in combination with TMT 18-Plex, provides much deeper access to human plasma proteome (i.e., 3,094 proteins) and reveals insights into the inter-individual variation of response to the COVID-19 vaccination.
Decoding Alzheimer’s and Aging With Proteomics: A New Approach to Biomarker Detection
Biofluids are reservoirs of untapped knowledge that harbor a trove of protein biomarkers, yet complexities impede deep exploration. In this webinar for genomics and proteomics enthusiasts alike, Nate Basisty of the National Institute on Aging and Asim Siddiqui of Seer discussed the transformative power of cutting-edge, unbiased proteomics, harnessed by the Seer Proteograph workflow, and how it is reshaping the realms of aging and Alzheimer's disease (AD) research.