Unambiguously Identify Your Protein Target with Immuno-MRM Assays

Precision oncology with next-generation immuno-MRM Assays

Genomic analyses do not always reliably predict the expression and functionality needed for protein-targeted therapies.

CellCarta’s proteomic services provide you with comprehensive options for protein quantification in clinical samples.

Our immuno-MRM platform is uniquely able to capture the advantages of quantitative mass spectrometry.

Utilizing target-specific affinity reagents and immuno-MRM proof-of-concept data, our platform enables highly flexible assays for oncology clinical trials.

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Superior Protein Quantification with CellCarta's Immuno-MRM Assays

With our immuno-MRM assays, our clients obtain the advantage of protein quantification via multiple reaction monitoring (MRM) technology to confidently quantify specific target fragments in clinical samples.

Why choose immuno-MRM assays for clinical application?

  • Superior multiplexed and quantitative protein measurements
  • High sensitivity, specificity, and selectivity
  • Unambiguous target identification
  • Ability to detect protein post-translational modifications
  • Harmonized assays through internal standards

Immuno-MRM assays for exploratory research and clinical trials

What is CellCarta’s advantage?

  • Over 400 anti-peptide antibodies with an emphasis on immuno-oncology and ras/MAPK signaling
  • Further validation for immuno-MRM panels to support clinical endpoints
  • Complementary immunohistochemistry assays for single-cell resolution and subcellular localization
  • Complementary flow cytometry analysis for immune-induced changes

Dr. Paulovich’s leading expertise

With the exclusive acquisition of Precision Assays assets in 2022, we provide the latest in immuno-MRM panels.

Dr. Paulovich, founder of Precision Assays, is a pioneer in multiplex, quantitative protein biomarker measurements by mass spectrometry.

Dr. Paulovich’s research has advanced the tools for quantifying human proteins, setting best-in-class standards to support precision medicine studies in cancer-specific protein expression analysis in a variety of matrices from FFPE cancer tissue biopsies to clinical serum-based samples.