Peptide Microarray Assay Service - Enzyme Profiling & Proteomics

JPT provides a highly comprehensive Peptide Microarray Assay Service for enzyme profiling.
Send us an email along with a short description of the planned enzyme profiling experiment and we will provide you with a proposal. You can also use our Quote Request form.

Our Peptide Microarray Assay Service:

  • Discuss your needs and the respective experiments in detail with our scientists
  • Send us your samples
  • JPT performs all incubations and control experiments
  • We deliver experimental details, fluorescence images or data from colorimetric read-out
  • We perform statistical analysis of results yielding e.g. consensus sequence motifs

Our Service is applicable for:

  • Detection of enzymatic activities from biological and patient samples
  • Identification of enzyme substrates
  • Profiling of a variety of enzymes
  • Testing of antibody preparations
  • Screening of entire proteomes for modification sites and more

Try our Peptide Microarray Assay Service for:

Kinase Peptide Microarrays

    Kinase Peptide Microarrays:
  • Annotated Phosphosites-Kinase (selected substrate peptides from human proteins)
  • Random Library Tyrosine-Kinase (1.536 designed substrate peptides)
  • Random Library Threonine-Kinase (1.536 designed substrate peptides)
  • Random Library Serine-Kinase (1.536 designed substrate peptides)
  • Different Phosphorylation Site Detectors (overlapping peptide scan through more than 65 substrate proteins)

Phosphatase Peptide Microarray

Acetyltransferase - Histone Deacetylase - Methyltransferase Microarrays

Histone Code Peptide Microarray

    Histone Code Peptide Microarray:
  • Histone Code Microarray (> 3800 peptides covering all sequence variants of histone proteins with post-translational modifications)
    Further information

Custom Peptide Microarrays

    Custom Peptide Microarrays:
  • With our PepStar™ technology and high-end equipment we are able to provide you with our assay service using microarrays specially tailored for your purpose. Discuss your project with our scientists to find out more!

Assay Service using Substrate Sets

Applicable samples to JPT's Peptide Microarray Assay Service are:

  • Purified enzymes such as kinases, phosphatases, histone deacetylases, acetyltransferases, histone methyltransferases and others
  • Other proteins
  • Patient samples (e.g. serum)

Benefits of JPT's Peptide Microarray Assay Service

  • Select from 100 different ready-made peptide microarrays OR design your own content
  • Screen thousands of peptides in parallel
  • Save your precious samples (only minimal amounts needed for incubation)
  • Take advantage of the knowledge and experience of our integrated research team and our automated incubation facilities
  • Save time for assay setup and data analysis

Testimonials for our Peptide Microarrays & Assay Services

"With JPT´s peptide microarray platform, high- throughput kinase profiling using small amounts of cell lysate becomes feasible, providing access to the discovery and monitoring of novel biomarkers in Parkinson's Disease."
Jeremy Nichols, PhD (Parkinsons's Institute, Sunnyvale, CA, USA)

"We have successfully applied JPT's peptide microarrays as a screening tool for potential kinases transfering phosphate to phosphorylation sites identified by mass spectrometry. The triplicate alignment as well as the thorough selection of controls enabled generation of high quality data confirming our in vivo data generated by means of affinity chromatographic procedures."
Dr. Marcelo P. Coba (The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK)

" JPT’s new extremely high-density histone peptide array is a dramatic leap forward for analysis of the histone code hypothesis. The complete sequence coverage across core histones and histone variants as well as the presence of common and rare histone post-translational modifications – alone and in combination – makes this an unparalleled tool for studying the “writers” and “readers” of the histone code. My laboratory has used these arrays to ask the sequence and PTM dependence of a histone writer enzyme and we have discovered an activity specifying code that will keep us busy for years to come."
David Shechter, PhD, Department of Biochemistry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine,  Yeshiva University, NY, USA

More testimonials

Related products and services

Enzyme Substrate Sets
Compilations of substrate peptides in ready-to-use microtiter plates

Enzyme Substrate Microarrays
Use our Ready-to-use peptide microarrays  in your lab

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Peptide Microarray Assay Service 
- Enzyme Profiling & Proteomics

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