Introducing the world's first single-molecule protein sequencer.
Erisyon brings the advantages of next-generation DNA sequencing to proteomics.
With unparalleled fidelity, sensitivity and resolution, Fluorosequencing promises to detect and treat disease sooner, and keep it away longer.
Fluorosequencing was invented at the University of Texas Austin by a team of multi-disciplinary scientists in the labs of Profs Eric Anslyn and Edward Marcotte. Our team authored the first published paper in the field.
“New Protein Sequencing Method Could Transform Biological Research”
"Photoredox-Catalyzed Decarboxylative C-Terminal Differentiation for Bulk- and Single-Molecule Proteomics"
"Solid-Phase Peptide Capture and Release for Bulk and Single-Molecule Proteomics"
"A Theoretical Justification for Single-Molecule Peptide Sequencing"
"Highly Parallel Single-Molecule Identification of Proteins in Zeptomole-Scale Mixtures"