The virus is small and simple in structure, it contains only one type of nucleic acid (DNA or RNA). It is a non-cellular organism that must parasitize in living cells and proliferate in a replication manner. Therefore, when the virus leaves the host cell, it becomes a chemical substance that has no life activities and cannot reproduce independently. However, viruses can interact with many substances. For example, when infecting a host, the first step is to interact with the host cell. There can be multiple viruses in the host (co-infection), which provides opportunities for interaction between viruses. According to Darwin, this is social interaction. With the development of science and technology, nanoparticles have been widely used in anti-virus, and their unique bionic properties have greatly improved drug delivery systems. Therefore, studying the virus-nanoparticle interaction can greatly help us speed up the process of preventing, detecting, and treating diseases.
In addition to single-cell and subcellular technologies, we are also vigorously developing other high-throughput new experimental technologies to help customers systematically research VVI.
Creative Proteomics provides in situ and ex situ binding experiments, including GST pull-down, PDL, and various types of AP-MS to help customers explore virus-host interactions.
Creative Proteomics' expert team includes experienced virologists, biologists, bioinformatics analysts, etc., combined with powerful technology platforms, we can help customers complete the detection and analysis of virus-related interactions, save time and money for customers while obtaining high-quality data. We are honored to be your competent research assistant.