East Tennessee State University

For the ligand sample two unique receptors were identified. Flow cytometry analysis with siRNA induced knockdown of these proteins confirmed that the presence of the protein is needed for CTRP3 binding to occur. CONCLUSION The LRC-TriCEPS methodology was successful in identifying the receptor for CTRP3.Logo East Tennessee State UniversityJonathan M Peterson
Assistant Professor
East Tennessee State University

Igenica Biotherapeutics

«Leveraging Dualsystems Biotech novel linker technology (LRC-TriCEPS) and its analytical data processing capabilities we were able to identify the heterophilic receptor for a highly-pursued immuno-oncology target.»Igenica-Biotherapeutics-logoDr. Edward van der Horst,
Senior Director, Preclinical Development
Igenica Biotherapeutics

Centro de Estudos de Doenças Crónicas

New publication in Nature Communications using the LRC-TriCEPS technology in collaboration with Alisson Gontijo
« The fruitful collaboration with Dualsystems Biotech using the LRC-TriCEPS (CaptiRec) technology showed that even on insect cells receptors could be identified »

Cedoc-logoAlisson M. Gontijo,
Principal Investigator at CEDOC
Centro de Estudos de Doenças Crónicas

Washington University School of Medicine

“Thanks to LRC-TriCEPS (CaptiRec) technology we were able to identify a long sought receptor of our ligand using genetically-engineered cell lines with the support of Dualsystems”.Washington_University_in_StFumihiko Urano, MD, PhD
Samuel E. Schechter Professor of Medicine
Washington University School of Medicine

University of California San Francisco

“We have been trying to identify a receptor that has been sought after for nearly 30 years by laboratories across the globe. Thanks to Dualsystems service CaptiRec (LRC-TriCEPS), we now have a strong candidate receptor.” indexDe’Broski R. Herbert Ph.D.
Assistant Professor in Residence
University of California San Francisco (UCSF)