Agilix s New i-PROT Technology Allows For Quantitative Analysis of Multiple Samples | GenomeWeb

Agilix has recently won a patent for a new isobaric protein-labeling technology that allows for the simultaneous quantitative analysis of multiple samples in one mixture, the company announced last week.

The technology, called i-PROT, enables quantitative comparison between proteins expressed in a number of different conditions, for example at six or seven different time points. According to Darin Latimer, vice president of Agilix and co-inventor of the new technology, i-PROT has been used to label up to 29 peptides at six different time points.

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