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The rapid advances in science and technology have increased the understanding of health and disease at the molecular level with more and more evidence suggesting that abnormal protein synthesis and modifications are associated with a variety of disease states. In the era of personalized and translational medicine, it is imperative for a novel streamlined process for protein and post-translational modification detection. This process will provide a more sensitive approach, enhancing the drug development process, earlier interventions and better medical outcome. The Simple Western size assay developed by Protein Simple incorporates sample separation performed in glass capillaries followed by UV-triggered immobilization of the proteins directly onto the capillary walls, followed by immuno-probing and chemiluminescence
detection. Simple Western size assays are run on the Simon, the instrument manufactured by Protein Simple, is fully automated, that integrates all the manual steps from the start of the experiment to the results associated with performing a traditional Western. Multiple clinical
applications of the Simon system in translational medicine research as a rapid approach to quantitatively detect different protein biomarkers with high sensitivity. (Winston Patrick Kuo, The Application of a Novel Nanovolume Capillary Electrophoresis-Based Protein Analysis System in Personalized & Translational Medicine Research)
Last date updated on June, 2014