Omics Research


Actionable, high-throughput human protein profiles specific to cardiometabolic, inflammatory, neurological, and oncological disease states.

Let’s Talk About Proteomics

What Is Proteomics?

Proteomics is the study of all the expressed proteins in an organism (proteome). 


This includes the presence or absence of specific proteins and expression levels over time, driven by external stressors, treatments, and/or disease state progression.


Why Is Studying Proteomics Important?


Protein expression is directly associated with the potential for disease, its manifestation, and reversion to a normal state. 


As part of a multiomics approach along with genomics and transcriptomics, proteomics provides a much more impactful evaluation of an organism at a systems level and hence will lead to quicker and more fruitful discoveries, while helping to identify key clinical and treatment outcomes.


New technologies are being developed to increase sensitivity and throughput beyond Mass Spec, and this is where Olink® and their Proximity Extension Assay (PEA) comes in.

What Can You Do?

Go Beyond Mass Spec

When high throughput and low hands-on time are critical, characterize proteins using Olink® methodologies

Identify Proteomes

Apply the power of NGS sequencing to characterize and quantitate the totality of proteins in your sample

Disease Research

Profile biomarkers in various disease states for both research and therapeutics developments

One-Sample Multiomics

Evaluate gene and protein expression content from a single sample

We're Olink® Certified!


We are a platinum-level certified service provider for Olink® Explore and a bronze-level provider for Target 48 panels. To learn more about our certifications, visit the Olink® service provider website.

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Olink® Proteomics Tools

Proteomics Best Practices

Sample Randomization

Remove the guesswork from proteomic analysis! Psomagen provides a complete guide for randomization and submission of samples to our lab for processing.


Randomization within and across plates is critical to ensure sample variables are unbiased.


More on sample randomization →

Sample Types

Plasma and serum are fully validated sample types evaluated for protein quantitation via Explore.


Other biological fluids, as well as tissue and cell lysates, are also suited for analysis. 

Data Delivery

Normalized Protein Expression (NPX) value and Certificate of Analysis


We're Ready for Your Order!

Here's what to expect in your project's life cycle. If you have a question during sequencing, it's easy to get in touch!

1. Request a Consultation
2. Place an Order
3. QC and Data Delivery
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Ready to Prep Your Samples? 

Download our Proteomics Sample Prep Guide →


  • Volume requirements
  • Shipping and packaging tips
  • Sample storage options
  • Psomagen service benefits

Why Our Customers Choose Psomagen

Superior Data Quality

Exceeds manufacturer benchmarks

Fast Turnaround

Starting at one week for sequencing projects

US-Based Processing

Sequencing and customer support in Rockville, MD

Ph.D. Level Support

Expert assistance every step of the way, with real-time project updates through our online system

Automated Workflows

Increase scalability and improve reproducibility

CLIA-Certified, CAP-Accredited Labs

Clinical research options available (inquire for more information)

Complete Sequencing Solutions

From extraction to data analysis, with many data types accepted


PSO Multiomic!

How multiomic is your approach? See how proteomics can dovetail with genomics and transcriptomics for powerful insights.

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Get the Whole Omics Story, DNA to Protein

Studying each step in the central dogma reveals valuable insights, but DNA-RNA-Protein together tell the whole biological story. Please also consider these other services for your systems biology investigations.


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A more complete picture of various disease states. Take a closer look at both coding and non-coding RNA — mRNA, smRNA, lncRNA, and more — with a variety of sequencing strategies.

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