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About Us


OxiProteomics is a technology-based start-up committed to promote the healthy living & healthy aging of human population. We provide innovative services based on patented proteomics technologies for analyzing oxidatively damaged proteins in biological samples, a biomarker of molecular damage, implicated in aging and several diseases. 

Created in 2014 and located in the heart of Paris, OxiProteomics offer is backed-up by a scientific team worldwide recognized and is attracting huge customer demands in the fields of dermo-cosmetics efficacy testing, food quality and nutrition, environmental bio monitoring for public health and biomarker discovery for biomedical diagnosis.


Our Technology


By using our patented proteomics platform, OxiDIGE, we offer top-quality services for the detection and quantification of proteins damaged by oxidation.

Increased levels of oxidized proteins are valuable bio-markers in bio-medical applications (aging, age-related diseases and oxidative stress diagnosis and treatment), but also in other fields such as environmental bio-monitoring and food quality.

OxiProteomics' services are backed-up by recognized scientists in the fields of aging and oxidative stress who are extensively experienced in analyzing oxidatively damaged proteins. Our service includes a thorough discussion and counseling of your projects, to offer you the optimal service to support your goals.


By using Oxi-DIGE technology, we provide the most reliable quantification and identification of oxidatively damaged (carbonylated) proteins within any biological sample.

Proteins are labelled with spectrally resolvable fluorescent probes that bind specifically to carbonyl groups allowing their direct detection. Carbonylated proteins from different samples (e.g. control and experimental samples) are labelled with different flurophore-bound dyes and co-resolved on a single electrophoresis gel for a direct quantification. In addition, an internal standard minimize inter-gel variations and further allows a reliable and statistical validation of the results.