RedOx Proteomics

This method is highly effective for specific proteome changes in the oxidation-reduction balance

  • We provide mass spectrometry-based method using thiol trapping technique to precisely quantify oxidative stress as a signature of disease progression or drug effect in in vivo, ex vivo and in vitro preclinical samples, as well as clinical samples.
  • This method quantify oxidative thiol modifications in hundreds of different proteins, including physiologically important proteins, in a single experiment.
  • It is especially highly valuable for in vivo studies for oxidative stress identification, which otherwise is very hard to correctly identify and quantify.