Join us for our sponsored scientific seminar at virtual US-HUPO 2021 on Wednesday 10 March, 10 AM EST
We are proud to continue our support of US-HUPO by sponsoring the virtual conference in 2021. Please join us for our sponsored seminar and hear from Sergey about his work on GlycoDIA, and Vincent on his understanding of Leishmania using proximity mapping.
Indivumed Application Note: High-throughput phosphoproteomics profiling of non-small cell lung cancer tissues
Inidvumed partners with Biognosys to leverage recent developments in high-throughput mass spectrometry to their cancer discovery platform. IndivuType now combines proteomic and phosphoproteomic data with whole genome sequencing, RNA sequencing, and clinical data for each patient in their database, providing a deep insight into the biology of cancer.
Results of the first HUPO MS-Pillar Phosphopeptide Challenge Published
ReSyn Biosciences has partnered with HUPO through to 2020 to support the MS-Pillar Phosphopeptide challenge! HUPO members can join the challenge to achieve the highest possible sequence coverage of a standard phosphopeptide mixture using multiple purification schemes, analytical protocols and data processing strategies. The results of the initial study were recently published. Please contact us for more details.
ReSyn Bio sponsored the Stanford University Mass Spectrometry RAS online sysmposium: Invited speakers Dr. Tanveer Singh Batth (CPR, Copenhagen) and Dr. Ulrike Kusebauch (ISB, Seattle)
Dr. Ulrike Kusebauch presented a talk entitled “Discovering Tyrosine Phosphorylation in Mycobacterium tuberculosis“, and Dr. Tanveer Singh Batth presented on “High-throughput Ex-vivo Organ Specific Identification of Drug Targets“. Please click the titles to access the presentations, or subscribe to our YouTube channel stay up to date on the most recent content.
Webinar by Stanford University Mass Spectrometry available online: Click here to see how SUMS is using our HILIC and IMAC for clean-up and enrichment
Dr Ryan Leib and his team at SUMS use MagReSyn® HILIC for clean-up of low-volume, low-abundance, samples prior to their MS analysis, as well as Zr-IMAC for highly efficient phosphopeptide enrichment. Please click-here to view the webinar for more details and tips on using these products for routine sample preparation.
Biognosys uses MagReSyn® Ti-IMAC for reproducible automated phosphopeptide profiling of IndivuType biobank
Biognosys partnered with Indivumed for the characterization of samples from their biobank. For reproducible phosphopeptide enrichment they selected MagReSyn® Ti-IMAC automated on a KingFisher Flex magnetic bead handling station. The resulting high-quality proteomics data containing more than 9’000 proteins (6’000 proteins per run) and 20’000 phospho-peptides (14’000 phospho-peptides per run) is integrated into Indivumed’s IndivuType multi-omics database, supporting identification and validation of new molecular cancer drug targets and biomarkers.
New application note in collaboration with Evosep
We recently released an application note in collaboration with Evosep on the automation of phosphoproteomics followed by high-throughput analysis on the Evosep one LC.
Automate your pre-MS workflows! Olsen Lab using PAC and Ti-IMAC for automated HT phosphoproteomics
If you missed the Nature webinar by Prof. Jesper Olsen you can catch it HERE!
US HUPO 2020 Presentation Now Available
Unfortunately US HUPO at the Westin in Seattle was cancelled due to Corona virus concerns! Please click here for a copy of our poster presentation outlining the use of our products for automated MS sample preparation workflows to increase your throughput and expedite your research.
ABRF 2020 in Palm Springs: Poster now available
ReSyn Biosciences exhibited at the Association for Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) in Palm Springs from 29th February to 3 March 2020. We would like to thank the organizers for a good meeting! Please click here for a copy of the poster presentation.
ReSyn Biosciences is a consortium member of the BioCapture Network
BioCapture is a European Training Network (ETN) funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action. The network consists of 15 research groups, spread across 11 universities and institutes and 4 industrial partners in 6 different countries that have come together to train a new generation of chemists/phycisists/biologists through an EU-wide PhD training network. The main aim of this interdisciplinary project is to discover new and improved ways to diagnose and treat cancer.
ReSyn Biosciences wins New Product Award at SLAS 2015, Washington DC, USA
ReSyn Biosciences was awarded a prestigious New Product Award (NPA) at the Society for Lab Automation and Screening (SLAS) Conference and exhibition in Washington DC, Feb. 7-11, 2015. The designation was awarded for the entire MagReSyn® product range.
The NPA designation is bestowed to new products for the potential to impact the fields of automation, screening and drug discovery. Of the 296 companies exhibiting, 61 submitted products for consideration of an NPA award, with a total of four awards being conferred at the 2015 event.
Other companies receiving an award for their innovative products were Sony Corporation, regenHU, and BlueCatBio. Read the full press release HERE.
Posters from HUPO 2019 in Adelaide available now!
Posters for HUPO 2019 available online: coupling of clean-up using PAC to phosphopeptide enrichment,, and capture and clean-up of proteins from urine using SAX magnetic beads
New product launched at ASMS 2017, Indianapolis: MagReSyn® HILIC
MagReSyn® HILIC provides a highly reproducible, unbiased and fully automatable solution for parallel protein sample clean-up prior to MS analysis. Please refer to our product page: MagReSyn® HILIC for product information and application notes.
New product launch: MagReSyn® Trypsin and Chymotrypsin
ReSyn has recently launched new high content, magnetically immobilized, trypsin and chymotrypsin for rapid, automated digestion of proteins for mass spectrometry sample preparation. Multipoint covalent attachment of the enzymes results in improved enzyme stability, resulting in retention of activity under denaturing sample conditions, e.g. urea and SDS (trypsin). The microparticles are best suited for automated digestion on magnetic handling stations, reducing variability in sample preparation, thereby improving reproducibility. For more information, please visit the MagReSyn® Trypsin and MagReSyn® Chymotrypsin Product Pages
ReSyn Biosciences’ Justin Jordaan, PhD, CEO, CSO and Founder (center), Dr. Isak Gerber, CTO, with members of the New Product Award adjudication panel for the MagReSyn® product range.