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Toxins Analysis Service

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About toxins

Toxins refer to toxic chemical substances produced during the growth and metabolism of organisms. These substances are usually proteins that interfere with the action of other macromolecules in the organism, such as ricin.

Biological toxins are divided into protein toxins and non-protein toxins, including phytotoxins, bacterial toxins, animal toxins and mycotoxins, which can cause biological damage after they invade the body.

Detectable toxins at Creative Proteomics

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The technical route of targeted metabolomics of toxins

 The technical route of targeted metabolomics of toxins

Technical features

Toxins Analysis Service

Service process

  • Consultation for details by email or phone
  • Signing a contract
  • Fill in the information sheet
  • Sample submission
  • Detection and analysis
  • Output experiment report
  • Delivery and after-sales Q&A

Creative Proteomics offers several approaches to plant metabolomics studies, delivers precise and detailed data and analysis report. We can also customize the methods or establish new methods together with our collaborators, so they are fit-for-purpose and meet your specific needs. If you have any questions or specific requirements, please feel free to contact us.


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