Methods for single-cell proteomics

 

This section organizes mass spectrometry methods for single-cell protein analysis developed in the Slavov Laboratory. The methods are organized by the year of first publication. Each method links to datasets generated by the method, which are organized in the data section of this web portal. All methods label single cells with mass tags (barcodes), which allows simultaneous analysis of multiple cells in parallel and thus facilitates scaling up throughput and reducing the cost per single cell.


 

Shotgun single-cell proteomics

SCoPE-MS and its second version SCoPE2 can analyze thousands of proteins selected in order of their abundance in the samples.

 

Prioritized single-cell proteomics

pSCoPE can analyze thousands of proteins selected in order of their priority for the biological questions and projects of interest.

 

Parallel analysis of both single cells and peptides

plexDIA quantifies about a thousand proteins per single cell while parallelizing the analysis of both single cells and peptides. It does not use a carrier sample.

 


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