Multi-omics Analysis of Mitochondria
With the continuous emergence of new technologies, quantitative and high-throughput multi-omics research has accelerated. CD Mitochondria has established a mature platform in mitochondrial genomics, proteomics, and metabonomics. To further meet the needs of joint multi-omics analysis, CD Mitochondria integrates multi-omics data analysis to provide a systematic and overall solution for global researchers, such as mitochondrial regulation mechanism, disease target screening, biomarker discovery, and so on. Our solutions can help researchers make breakthrough in the mitochondrial molecular mechanisms, individualized treatment of mitochondrial diseases, and so on.
CD Mitochondria always provides you with customized services for mitochondrial research, and our one-stop research and analysis platform can meet all your research needs.
- We integrate data from genomics, proteomics, and metabonomics to analyze several consecutive events of mitochondrial diseases, including changes in expression levels caused by gene mutations, as well as various forms of regulation in transcriptional and metabolic regulation. According to the changes of candidate factors at different levels, the pathogenic target is locked.
- The construction of a gene regulatory network connects the interactions among genes, regulatory factors, proteins, and metabolites in mitochondria, to gain a deeper understanding of the molecular mechanism and genetic basis of complex traits in mitochondrial genetic diseases.
- Rich experience in multi-omics analysis of mitochondria
- Outstanding research team
- Unique integrated service for mitochondrial research
- Reliable data and results
- Rapid turnaround and cost-effective
CD Mitochondria has the most professional team to serve customers around the world. If you have any questions about the content of this service, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to your contact.
- Pedro M., et al. " Multi-omics analysis identifies ATF4 as a key regulator of the mitochondrial stress response in mammals. " Journal of Cell Biology, 2017, 216(7): 2027-2045.
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