Structural Biology Services
from ROP

Research Optimus (ROP) is a white-label structural biology service provider that offers cost-effective structural biology services to research firms as well as medical and pharmaceutical companies.

Our team of medical researchers is situated in Bangalore, India. We have been working closely with MNCs, SMEs, startups, and Fortune 5000 for years developing processes as part of our structural biology services to facilitate effective drug research.

We offer flexible engagement plans which is why we are the preferred offshore research partner of biologists and scientific research firms from across America, Europe, and Australia.

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Our Structural Biology Services

Through our structural biology services, we offer the following services, as part or all of a major overhaul to your company’s operations:

  • Protein Production and Crystallization

    This includes cloning, expression, purification, and crystallization of target proteins.

  • X-Ray Crystallography

    We can handle not only data collection but the structure solution process for your entire project.

  • Fragment Screening

    Our libraries and resources are designed with chemo genomic tools, allowing us to identify the important fragment leads more effectively in them.

  • In-House Library

    Our in-house library consists of a collection of vital proteins for rapid X-ray structure determination when put in stasis with client ligands.

Beyond these things, we can offer NMR, EPR, cryo-EM, multi-angle scattering, small-angle scattering, laser spectroscopy, crystallography, and dual polarization interferometry and dichroism.

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Contact us today to learn more about all of our affordable structural biology services.
Research Optimus has many years of experience, follows ISO quality standards, and can
ensure your project is handled effectively from start to finish.

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