Post-translational modification of a protein refers to a covalent processing process that a protein undergoes during or after translation, that is, one or a few amino acid residues are added with a modification group or the group is cut off by proteolysis to change the properties of the protein. The specific position of the protein amino acid sequence can be covalently combined with chemical groups or small molecular weight proteins to cause protein post-translational modifications (PTMs). Compared with the protein without modification, PTMs will cause the molecular weight of the specific sequence to increase. In the identification process of the post-translational modification of the protein, the protein is firstly digested into peptides and then analyzed by mass spectrometry; through mass spectrometry analysis, the molecular mass information of a series of peptides is obtained. For a specific peptide, its sequence information and molecular weight are determined without any post-translational modification.
CD ComputaBio offers the following proteomic analysis of PTMs services to meet the specific needs of different customers.
|Project name||Proteomic analysis of PTMs|
CD ComputaBio offers the following proteomic analysis of PTMs services to meet the specific needs of different customers:
|Timeline||Decide according to your needs.|
|Deliverable||We provide you with raw data and analysis service.|
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