Complete human protein biomarkers list
See all of our currently available assays for human protein biomarkers
The total number of different assays for human protein biomarkers currently available via our 13 human panels = 1073 – with more to come! You can browse or search this complete list here, or alternatively, see all the biomarkers available in a specific panel by going to the individual panel product page (using the links in the navigation to the left). Please note that the biomarkers for our Mouse Exploratory panel are not included in the list below – to see the details of those biomarkers, please visit the mouse panel product page. You can, however, use the search function below to look for both human and mouse biomarkers – search results are displayed in different tabs for the different species.
If you would like to suggest an assay that is not currently available in our library as an idea for future development, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It would help us if you could specify:
- Protein name [gene name ] Uniprot ID number
- Brief description as to why this would be a good protein assay to include
More information about our protein biomarkers
The pages for our protein biomarkers linked to below include calibrator curves that show the performance of each assay with the estimated sensitivity and dynamic range parameters indicated. These curves are generated during the assay validation process using recombinant antigens, with data presented as Normalized Protein eXpression (NPX) values plotted against protein concentration (in pg/mL). Please note that when analyzing biological samples the data generated will be given in the form of relative quantification (NPX values) and cannot be converted to absolute protein concentrations. For more info about NPX measurements, please view the FAQ.
Nomenclature of protein biomarkers
Note on nomenclature: where proteins have multiple synonyms, the long and short names given below are generally those recommended by Uniprot. To see all of the synonyms that may apply to a given marker, visit the Uniprot website and search using the unique Uniprot ID number listed for the protein.