Proteros' competitive advantage is the proven capability of producing high-resolution X-ray data and protein-ligand-complexes based on superior processes and proprietary technologies, plus numerous catalogues of Gallery Structures and Assays. All processes and technologies are performed and designed by one of the largest and most experienced teams of experts in state-of- the-art laboratories and production facilities. Like its co-founder and scientific adviser, Nobel Laureate Prof. Dr. Robert Huber, Proteros has pioneered the field of structural biology.
Proteros is working with one of the largest and most experienced teams of experts that make up the three Scientific Expert Teams covering Biologics Protein, Protein Refolding and Protein Supply as well as the Protein Solutions Business Team covering all relevant aspects in structural biology.
Proteros’ key scientists have published more than 250 peer reviewed publications in the areas of protein structure analysis, small molecules research and structure guided lead generation.
First-class laboratory facilities and the use of state-of-the-art testing and procedural technologies not only guarantee compliance with highest quality standards but also create the basis for future innovations providing our customers a long-term competitive advantage.
Proteros maintains long-lasting partnerships and relationships with its customers in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. The Company is working with 18 out of the top 20 pharmaceutical companies worldwide and has a diversified customer base in Europe, the U.S. and Japan.
In 2013 Proteros won more than 20 new customers with exciting projects in structure guided lead generation. Proteros is very proud of its industry outperforming project success rate of more than 95%.
Nobel Laureate and the pioneer in structural biology, Prof. Robert Hubert, was the co-founder of the Company and is still highly committed to the company’s success and actively supporting Proteros’ with his tremendous experience and know-how. Prof. Dr. Huber is a Nobel Laureate in Chemistry. For a detailed CV, please visit: http://www.biochem.mpg.de/en/eg/huber/cv
The Swiss Light Source SLS at PSI generates synchrotron light, which researchers use to investigate the properties of a wide variety of materials including 3-dimensional protein structures.