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Physicochemical Property Analysis Service

Proteins are macromolecules existing in all biological systems, from lower prokaryotes to higher eukaryotes. Quantitatively, proteins are the most plentiful class of biomolecules since they account for over 50% of the dry weight of cells, far more than other biopolymers such as lipid assemblies, nucleic acids or polysaccharides.

Protein plays very important roles in the following aspects:

  • Involved in virtually all biological processes as enzymes
  • Transport and store a wide array onions and small molecules as well as electrons
  • Possess hormonal activity and, in the form of antibodies which make a distinction between self and nonself, defend organisms against intruders
  • Participate in the reception and transmission of signals and stimuli at both intracellular and intercellular levels
  • Play crucial roles in the regulation of the expression of genetic information
  • Provide the mechanical support and filamentous architecture within and between cells

No matter what their structural or functional role, all proteins are polymers made up of the same building blocks, the amino acids, which are covalently joined together via amide links, known as peptide bonds. They differ only in the number, the nature, and the order of their constituent amino acids. To understand the functional diversity of proteins, it is important, first, to appreciate the physicochemical properties of the different amino acids, even though the properties of a protein molecule are greatly more complex than the sum of the properties of its different constituent amino acids. It is then likely to determine the three-dimensional structures that these linked building blocks can acquire and to analyze the biological properties of the corresponding polymers. Now, bioinformaticians at Creative Proteomics are proud to tell you we are open to help you with Physicochemical Property Analysis Service!

Physicochemical Property Analysis Service

Physical and chemical properties analysis of proteins provided by Creative Proteomics mainly include:

  • Molecular weight distribution
  • Residues number distribution
  • Isoelectric point distribution
  • TMHs distribution

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