Enzyme Target & Activator & Inhibitor Screening Service

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  • Published date: March 29, 2019
  • Modified date: October 17, 2019
    • Shirley, New York, United States

Profacgen offers a comprehensive list of high-throughput screening services to specifically and efficiently identify potential enzyme substrates, activators and inhibitors.

Enzymes participate in numerous physiological activities including signal transduction, cell surface recognition and protein modification. To determine possible targets of an enzyme, Profacgen has developed a highly efficient screening system to select candidate substrates, inhibitors or activators by detection of fluorescence, chemo-luminescence or isotopic signal. Generally, the candidate molecules can be selected or synthesized and then immobilized on a solid surface. Detection is performed after incubation with the target enzyme according to the specific experimental design.
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