Proteomics is widely viewed as the cornerstone of future success in drug discovery and clinical diagnostics, but the complexity of protein molecules and their interactions requires new tools to find and understand biomarkers and protein functions. A critical step in the research process is to properly prepare the molecular sample before analysis can begin. Proteopure, Inc.'s technology is the foundation of a simple laboratory "kit" that fills unmet research needs.nProteopure developed and is now marketing sample protein preparation kits. In addition, Proteopure markets complementary products where there is overlapping customer synergy. These other products include a kit for membrane sample preparation, a kit for measuring protein concentration, fluorescent nanoclusters and beads for labeling proteins, and fluorescent tagged genes for measuring protein expression and location.
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Proteopure Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is Proteopure's headquarters?
Proteopure's headquarters is located at 100 Technology Drive, Pittsburgh.
What is Proteopure's latest funding round?
Proteopure's latest funding round is Unattributed VC - V.
How much did Proteopure raise?
Proteopure raised a total of $450K.
Who are the investors of Proteopure?
Investors of Proteopure include Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse, LaunchCyte, BlueTree Allied Angels and Innovation Works.
Who are Proteopure's competitors?
Competitors of Proteopure include Carmot Therapeutics, LifeSensors, Kemp Proteins, Sword Diagnostics, Quanterix, Blue Sky BioServices, Protagen, BioSilta, LifeGen Technologies, Pronota and 20 more.
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