ARVYS Proteins Inc. Company Profile

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ARVYS Proteins Inc. is a contract research organization that offers its protein biochemistry expertise to the life science, biotechnology and pharmaceutical communities. We help customers from any research sector at any stage of their protein research and development project, big or small. Our goal is to be your preferred outsourcing choice for protein biochemistry needs and we work hard to earn your business.


76 Progress Drive
United States of America


Phone: 203.304.2495
Fax: 203.653.2251

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New open-source software for analyzing intact proteins

An estimated 20,300 genes in the human genome encode proteins. The number of proteins themselves, as intact proteoforms, could be as high as one billion.

New Method to Rapidly Map the “Social Networks” of Proteins

NewsScientists have developed a new high-throughput technique to determine which proteins in a cell interact with each other. The new approach lets researchers test millions of relationships between t...

How to Prepare Biological Metallo-Proteins

The first thing one might notice when working with metallo-proteins is that they offer unique, colorful reactions.  These colorful reactions are based not only on the metal, but the ligand, or coordi...

Prokaryotic Argonaute proteins: novel genome-editing tools?

Prokaryotic Argonaute proteins, homologues of eukaryotic Argonaute proteins involved in RNA interference, have recently been demonstrated to mediate host defence in archaea and bacteria. In this Progr...

First Comprehensive Map of Proteins Within Cells Published

NewsThe first analysis of how proteins are arranged in a cell has been published, revealing that a large portion of human proteins can be found in more than one location in a given cell.

Changing the identity of cellular enzyme spawns new pathway

Integral membrane proteins, or IMPs, are a major class of proteins that play crucial roles in many cellular processes, including the catalysis of disulfide bonds, which are essential for the function ...

Ancient proteins studied in detail

(Uppsala University) How did protein interactions arise and how have they developed? In a new study, researchers have looked at two proteins which began co-evolving between 400 and 600 million years ...

A split ubiquitin system to reveal topology and released peptides of membrane proteins

Membrane proteins define biological functions of membranes in cells. Extracellular peptides of transmembrane proteins receive signals from pathogens or environments, and are the major targets of drug ...

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Tubby proteins prove their adaptability.

Study reveals that Tubby family proteins help deliver GPCRs and other integral membrane proteins into cilia.

Identification of proteome, antigen protein and antigen membrane protein from Spiroplasma eriocheiris.

Spiroplasma eriocheiris, which causes tremor disease of Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis, has led to catastrophic economic loses in aquaculture. Immunoproteomics, a new scientific technique comb...

The functional significance of 14-3-3 proteins in cancer: focus on lung cancer.

The 14-3-3 family proteins are phosphoserine/phosphothreonine binding proteins constituting a conserved class of proteins which are detected in all eukaryotic cells. In mammalians, 14-3-3 proteins hav...

Dry heating of whey proteins.

Whey protein products are of widespread use as food ingredients because of their high nutritional, biological and functional properties. Whey proteins are important structural components in many foods...

Identification and Characterization of Proteins that Bind to Selenoprotein 3' UTRs.

This chapter explains the use of RNase-assisted RNA chromatography. RNA affinity chromatography is a powerful technique that is used to isolate and identify proteins that bind to a specific RNA ligand...

Clinical Trials [730 Associated Clinical Trials listed on BioPortfolio]

Effects of Aerobic and Resistance Training on Accumulation of Old, Modified Proteins in Young and Older Adults

Muscle proteins accumulate damage during aging and leads to the loss of muscle mass and function in older people. Exercise can increase the making of new proteins and removal of older pro...

Prolonged Fasting and FGF-21 Levels

This study will look at the effect of 72 hours of fasting (not eating) on levels of proteins that are involved in metabolism. These proteins will be measured in blood and fat tissue. The i...

Analysis of Human Tear Proteins

The significance of our study is in the importance of understanding the quality and quantity of proteins in the human tear film from diseased and non-diseased patients. This pilot study w...

Circulating Markers That Underlie the Transition From Compensated Hypertrophy to Heart Failure

The purpose of this research is to determine if two proteins in the blood are increased during acute heart failure. These two proteins are produced when the heart becomes dysfunctional an...

The Effect of Aspirin on Angiogenesis Proteins in Women on Tamoxifen Therapy

Changes in major angiogenic proteins have been seen following initiation of tamoxifen and aromatase inhibitor therapy in women with breast cancer. One source of these proteins is the circu...

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AvidBiotics Corp.

AvidBiotics is developing two proprietary platforms for the generation of non-antibody proteins against infectious diseases and cancers: Avidocin™ proteins and Micacide™...

Ocugen, Inc.

Ocugen is advancing novel biologicals discovered based on endogenous proteins with well understood biology at the molecular, cellular, and whole animal level to treat eye diseases...

Therapeutic Proteins Ltd.,

Therapeutic Proteins Ltd., is a world class global developer and supplier of biosimilar recombinant therapeutic proteins. Manufactured in fully cGMP compliant facilities in Europe and North America, o...

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