New Molecular Solutions in Research and Development for Innovative Drugs


Contact: Robert Belužić

From concept to application

Dedicated to complete microarray technology and analysis provided as an innovative end-to-end service model, InnoMol enables researchers to conduct large-scale complete genomics studies. By providing custom-made DNA and protein microarrays, we will address the needs of the local scientific community, to achieve microarray services at a total cost that are significantly less than the total cost of purchasing and using commercially available microarrays.
Applications and Services

  • DNA, protein, glycan arraying and biosensor loading
  • Printing chemical libraries
  • Spotting onto disc format (round targets) and customized targets
  • Assay development and screening assays
  • Microarray-based analysis

Receive Research-Ready Microarray Data

We offer an end-to-end, outsourced solution that delivers research-ready microarray data. Our microarray platform provides reliable access to custom and commercial microarrays. Analytical tools enable our customers to rapidly analyze and compare microarray data.

The list of available DNA arrays is growing rapidly, facilitating prokaryotic and eukaryotic research, from bacteria, fungi, plants, insects, fish to mammals and others. So is the list of applications for DNA microarrays, and examples are diagnostics of diseases, screening programmes, gene regulation and expression, miRNA research etc.

Microarray applications are in brief:

DNA Methylation

Discover and monitor epigenetic modifications known to play a fundamental role in many cellular processes such as cancer, neurodegenerative disease etc. 

  • Study methylation changes across the genome.

Chromatin Immunoprecipitation (ChIP-on-chip)

  • Elucidate the role that protein-DNA interactions play in processes such as transcription, replication, modification and repair.

Gene Expression analysis

Explore gene transcription on a genome-wide basis across a variety of model systems. Conducting:

basic research

  • identifying new drug targets

  • discovering biomarkers

Comparative Genomic Hybridization (oligo aCGH)

Conduct high-resolution, genome-wide profiling of DNA copy number changes associated with cancer and other genetic diseases.

Pinpoint chromosomal aberrations with array technology instead of time consuming FISH analysis.
Identify boundaries of chromosome aberrations

  • Detect low copy number changes
Detect small regions of deletion
Precisely define chromosome breakpoints

Splice Variant Analysis

Perform global interrogations of the transcriptome and identify alternative splice forms to uncover the role gene variants play in drug response and disease.

MicroRNA identification

Profile microRNA’s (miRNA’s) and explore the role they play in gene regulation.