Protein characterization equipment

ProteinSimple is part of the Protein Platforms division of Bio-Techne (NASDAQ: TECH). PS is helping thousands of researchers around the world resolve their protein analysis problems so they can reveal new insight into proteins and their role in disease. Their wide-ranging portfolio of tools includes everything from immunoassay systems that quantify protein expression to systems that probe the structure and purity of protein-based therapeutics.

Simple Western

Protein quantity, identity, expression or isoform data from 3 µL sample in as little as 3 hours.

  • Alternative to Western blot and total protein analysis
  • Size-based and charge-based immunoassay
  • Quantitative protein characterisation
  • Protein analysis in precious samples

Therapeutic or purified protein identity, purity and heterogeneity data and methods in a day.

  • Measure protein purity
  • Identity and charge heterogeneity analysis
  • Method development
  • Formulation development
  • Screen cell lines

Simple Plex

High performance, hands-free results for a single or multi-analyte ELISA in an hour.

  • Alternative to multiplex ELISA
  • Multi-analyte immunoassays
  • Biomarker research

Single Cell Western

Western-based protein expression in thousands of single cells in parallel.

  • Protein validation of single-cell RNA data
  • Measure proteins undetectable with flow cytometry
  • Identify cell subpopulations


Characterize aggregates or particles in your vials.

  • Sub-visible particle analysis
  • Quantify protein aggregates
  • Characterize particulates
  • Detect translucent particles
  • Monitor formulations
  • Distinguish silicone oil droplets from aggregates
FluorChem Systems

Easiest to use, best-performing Western blot and gel imagers.

  • Infrared Fluorescent Westerns
  • Multiplex Fluorescent Westerns
  • Chemiluminescent Westerns
  • Gel documentation

High-performance imaging for UV fluorescent and colorimetric applications.

  • DNA and UV-fluorescent gels
  • Colorimetric gels and blots
  • Colony counting