We don’t make our customer’s discoveries, but many are made with our help.
Hear from a few scientists who have used our services to discover crucial protein-protein interactions for their research.
George Chuck, Ph.D.
Department of Plant & Microbial Biology
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA, USA
Systematic exploration of Biological Pathways
“My lab focuses on the transcriptional regulation of the Tillering pathway in Zea mays. Next Interactions did a great job constructing the cDNA library, optimizing our baits, and providing us with high quality data, We obtained a trove of valuable interactions, including a core set of 30 highly connected proteins; these are enough leads to keep us busy, and more than we expected from our previous experiences. Indeed, Next Interaction’s Y2H combined with deep sequencing proves to be the superior approach.”
Shuguang Zhang, Ph.D.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA, USA
Testing Interactions by Synthetic Proteins
“We engineer synthetic proteins with novel properties. Next Interactions is our partner for screening libraries and for the discovery of key variants. This is an excellent team with such dedication, knowledge and enthusiasm.”
Consult our Protein Interaction Screening Experts.
Contact Next Interactions for advice from our scientists about the best approach for elucidating the protein interactions you need to understand for your research. We can advise you on methods such as the NGS-yeast two-hybrid system, yeast two-hybrid system, how to compliment interactome coverage by mass spectrometry, and more.