Discover Proteome2Pathogen

The Proteome2Pathogen application, provides a scalable, quick, and accurate method, representing an important step in microbial identification.
As part of our ongoing commitment to transforming healthcare through near real-time biological insights we’re excited to introduce the Proteome2Pathogen Application.
This advanced tool, developed in collaboration with TNO’s scientific team led by Dr. Armand Paauw, utilizes cutting-edge proteomic analysis to quickly and precisely identify the microbes that cause infectious diseases in humans.

How does Proteome2Pathogen work?

Rich microorganism database and validation

The effectiveness of the approach we employ is extensively confirmed by validation studies, which primarily utilize bacteria from simulated blood culture flasks. Our published papers (Berendsen et al., IJMM, 2019; Berendsen et al., Future Microbiol, 2017) provide a thorough documentation of these findings.
Proteome2Pathogen excels in the analysis of proteomes extracted from bacterial colonies cultured on agar plates. This versatility not only ensures reliable analysis but also broadens Proteome2Pathogen applicability to diverse microbiological situations.

Optimizing speed and precision in microorganism detection

Our application employs a unique two-step workflow, initiating with a genus-level search and proceeding to a species-level identification. This method maximizes the identification speed and accuracy of microorganisms according to their proteome profiles according to their proteomic profiles.

What's new?


Proteome2Pathogen now includes antimicrobial resistance detection. This upcoming feature empowers healthcare practitioners with crucial information for informed clinical decisions and targeted therapy interventions. By integrating this cutting-edge capability, we reinforce our commitment to personalized healthcare, keeping our platform at the forefront of innovation.

The benefits of Proteome2Pathogen

Quick and accurate

Streamlined workflow for rapid and reliable identification of infectious agents.


Compatible with multiple types of bacterial samples, including those from simulated blood cultures and agar plates.

Expanding database

Continually updated to include a wider range of microorganisms for even more comprehensive analyses.


Designed to accommodate the integration of future functionalities, such as antimicrobial resistance detection.

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