Who should use heat stabilization?
You may be working with mass spectrometry, 1D/2D, Western blot, ELISA or RIA. Your assay performance might be excellent. Your analysis procedure might be fine-tuned to perfection. But if your sample quality is poor, your results are at risk.
Heat stabilization is the ideal solution for anyone who needs to be sure their analytical results represent the in vivo state as closely as possible. It is especially beneficial for researchers studying molecules that are sensitive to rapid degradation and biological change after sampling or have short half-lives. These include endogenous peptides, such as neuropeptides, post-translational modifications, such as phosphorylations, and small molecules, such as biomarkers and drug metabolites.
Who is already benefiting from heat stabilization?
The Stabilizor™ system is allowing researchers around the world to reveal in vivo profiles and to identify novel biological molecules that would not have been possible using traditional sample handling techniques. Users come from all areas of protein and peptide research, including neuroscience, oncology and cardiovascular disease. Heat stabilization supports researchers wherever short-lived molecules and potential biomarkers need to be confidently identified in order to elucidate disease mechanisms and identify potential drug targets or disease markers.
Read more about how the Stabilizor system has benefited users in their research.