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scioDiscover - Protein Expression Analysis Platform

Our scioDiscover service enables high-content, immuno-based analysis of various biological samples leading to a comprehensive overview of proteomic changes. Key pathways in various diseases such as cancer, neurological disorders and organ failure are covered. The technology was successfully applied in a variety of biomedical studies and to discover new biomarker signatures. Within the analysis, 1,300 proteins are analysed in parallel. The scioDiscover protein array based service enables fast and targeted research while still offering a broad overview of potential changes on the protein level in your samples. 

 

Application Sample types - Sample requirement Advantages Service includes
       
Signalling Pathway Profiling plasma/serum - 10 ul high-content sample preparation
Immunsystem activation marker profiling tissue - 50 mg 1030 proteins analysed protein extraction
Transcription factor analysis  cells - 5 million   protein concentration measurements
Cancer pathway screening cerebrospinal fluid - 30 ul broad coverage of:  protein quality control
Cell surface marker Profiling cell culture supernatant - 10-20 ml - signalling pathway proteins  
Profiling of apoptotic processes/ apoptosis pathway analysis    - transcription factors sample labelling
  others on request - apoptosis marker sample purification
Disease mechanism profiling   - markers for oxidative stress sample incubation on arrays
Pathway activation in stem cells    - cell surface markers  
Analysis of organ damage/failure models    - cytokines/chemokines raw data acquisition
Response of cells and tissue models to oxidative stress analysis     data normalisation
Profiling proteomic changes for various cell culture conditions   minimal sample requirements data analysis
    native matrixes (non-fractionated/non-depleted) statistical analysis
Molecular initiate event analysis   sensitivity as ELISA or better comprehensive study report
Compound mode-of-action analysis      
Prediction markers for toxicological effects    fully immuno-based assay  
       
Biomarker Discovery   Reliable dual-colour study design  
Drug Target Discovery   high reproducibility, CV < 10%  
       
CD cell surface molecule expression in immune cells        

 

Target coverage - GO annotations

Biological Process Cellular Component Protein Classes 
cellular process (GO:0009987) 438 cell part (GO:0044464) 172 signaling molecule (PC00207) 122
metabolic process (GO:0008152) 410 organelle (GO:0043226) 97 receptor (PC00197) 113
response to stimulus (GO:0050896) 228 extracellular region (GO:0005576) 60 nucleic acid binding (PC00171) 109
biological regulation (GO:0065007) 220 membrane (GO:0016020) 59 hydrolase (PC00121) 77
developmental process (GO:0032502) 172 macromolecular complex (GO:0032991) 47 transcription factor (PC00218) 71
immune system process (GO:0002376) 145 extracellular matrix (GO:0031012) 28 enzyme modulator (PC00095) 67
localization (GO:0051179) 116 cell junction (GO:0030054) 3 cell adhesion molecule (PC00069) 62
multicellular organismal process (GO:0032501) 72 synapse (GO:0045202) 2 defense/immunity protein (PC00090) 52
apoptotic process (GO:0006915) 67     cytoskeletal protein (PC00085) 40
cellular component organization or biogenesis (GO:0071840) 65     oxidoreductase (PC00176) 31
biological adhesion (GO:0022610) 60     kinase (PC00137) 31
reproduction (GO:0000003) 26     transporter (PC00227) 27
locomotion (GO:0040011) 4     transfer/carrier protein (PC00219) 25
        calcium-binding protein (PC00060) 20
        phosphatase (PC00181) 20
        structural protein (PC00211) 18
        extracellular matrix protein (PC00102) 17
        cell junction protein (PC00070) 17
        membrane traffic protein (PC00150) 14

PLEASE NOTE: GO annotation terms may overlap 

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Reference customers:

Prof. Dr. Faikah Güler, Medical School Hanover, Germany

Julian Kamhieh-Milz, Charite, Berlin, Germany

 

Case study - Bladder Cancer

Case study - Acute Kidney Injury

 

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News

New Article | Endothelial Notch1 signaling in white adipose tissue promotes cancer cachexia

| September 2023 | New Article: Endothelial Notch1 signaling in white adipose tissue promotes cancer cachexia. Sciomics supported this study by scioCyto serum analysis in a mouse cancer model.

Taylor, J., Uhl, L., Moll, I. et al. Endothelial Notch1 signaling in white adipose tissue promotes cancer cachexia. Nat Cancer 4, 1544–1560 (2023)
New Article | Rapid Diagnostic Platform for Personalized Vitamin B6 Detection in Erythrocytes

| July 2023 | New Article: Fiedler et al. developed a novel methodology for vitamin B6 diagnostics. We supported the project by the production of custom antibody microarray targeting signature human PLP-DE and testing respective samples.

New Article | Microbiota Influences Chemotherapy in Pancreatic Cancer

| February 2023 | New Article: In the study Tintelnot et al. identified a microbiota-derived metabolite that has clinical implications in the treatment of pancreatic cancer. Sciomics supported the authors by a protein profiling study of tumours derived from a mouse model upon treatment with 3-IAA and Firinox.

Tintelnot et al. Microbiota-derived 3-IAA influences chemotherapy efficacy in pancreatic cancer. Nature 615, 168-174 (2023)
New Article | Predicting a severe Covid-19 disease

| April 2023 | New Article: In a protein biomarker development project initiated by Sciomics, we have identified protein biomarker panels predicting development of a severe Covid.19  disease.

Hufnagel K., Fathi A. et al. Discovery and systematic assessment of early biomarkers that predict progression to severe COVID-19 disease. Communications Medicine 3,51 (2023)
New Sciomics Proteomics Research Blog has Launched!

Sciomics Protomics Research Blog

 

At Sciomics, we are dedicated to advancing healthcare through proteomics research. We are collaborating with research groups and big pharma, alongside our in-house biomarker research initiatives. To make this research more accessible to you, we are launching the new Sciomics science blog!

The first study we will feature was published this year in a journal in the Nature publishing group. It's a topic that affects us all. Any guesses? Stay tuned!

 

 

Testimonials

Dr. Matthew Wright

Chief Scientific Officer, Kinarus Therapeutics AG, Basel, Switzerland

"We are a small biotech company without our own wet labs. Sciomics recommended a UK CRO that performed cell culture experiments for our studies. Sciomics seamlessly coordinated the transfer of the biologic materials to their facility and performed the scioCD panel to characterize cell surface markers and cytokines in cell lines treated with our small molecule drug candidates. The Sciomics data were instrumental in supporting our IP protection strategy. Their advice was very helpful and they worked with us to extract the most out of the data. We are very satisfied and highly recommend the Sciomics platform and the team."

Product: scioCD

Kyriaki Barmpa

PhD Candidate, Developmental and Cellular Biology, Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, University of Luxembourg

"By collaborating with Sciomics, we conducted a detailed analysis of the proteome of striatum organoids, uncovering significant differences that further assisted our research. Their communication was highly efficient, and the results were delivered promptly."

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