As the pioneer company in the ubiquitin field, LifeSensors aims to utilize its scientific leadership and breakthrough technologies to provide the life sciences community with tools and solutions from the ubiquitin pathway that will aid in translational research and drug development.
To break and exploit the ubiquitin code by fostering innovation through a collaborative, team oriented approach.
To provide the highest quality tools to study the ubiquitin pathway. We thoughtfully serve the pharmaceutical and biotech industries in their quest to develop novel, improved medicines.
Varsha Luthra, President and CEO
Varsha has held a number of positions in Software development companies. Most recently she was the head of LifeSensors HR Department. She is the founder of VLI Research Inc. A biotech company that launched applications of stable isotope labeled proteins, and had a major impact on solution based approaches to solving protein structures. VLI Research also marked several molecular biology products which advanced NMR based approaches to understanding protein structures.
Brenda Bausher, Manager Operations
Brenda graduated from Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania. There she earned bachelors degrees in both Accounting and Business Management. Brenda brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience gained from working with corporate lending and audit groups within a large financial institutions. During her time working in the arena, Brenda specialized in health care and medical sectors, which provides her with invaluable insight into the operational requirements of a biotechnology company such as LifeSensors.
We are a biotechnology company that develops enabling technologies for therapeutic, drug discovery, and research markets. We have established ourselves as leaders in ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like protein pathways by providing innovative research tools. Additionally, our prokaryotic and eukaryotic protein expression platforms, SUMOpro and SUMOstar, are used worldwide by academic, government, pharmaceutical, and biotechnology entities.
Our R&D team is composed of highly experienced scientists who are leaders in protein expression and purification, protein chemistry, molecular biology, ubiquitin pathways enzyme assay development, and protein array applications in research, diagnostics, and drug discovery. Our leadership in these fields is highlighted in our patent and publication record.
Our business development team works with customers to develop simple and cost effective work plans. We seek to facilitate a smooth transfer of our technology, offering transfer and licensing terms that fit the needs of our client’s laboratory and organization. Our sales and marketing managers possess in-depth product knowledge. Our team is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art products to make your research and development efforts stay ahead of the field. We have developed non-traditional approaches and scalable discounts to bring our technology to your lab.
We welcome inquiries addressed to our R&D, Business Development, and Marketing leaders.
The VU-1 antibody from LifeSensors is the best anti-ubiquitin antibody that we have found after trying more than ten different anti-ubiquitin antibodies. Please click here for his paper comparing VU-1 to other antibodies.Aldrin GomesAssociate Professor, University of California
We have tried the SUMOStar technology on one of the toughest proteins in our mammalian expression platform portfolio, which previously failed to express in various expression vectors in HEK293 cells. The SUMO fusion approach resulted in an astounding yield of 3 mg of the purified recombinant protein per Litre. Due to the conformation of the fusion protein (it was a tight dimer), we experienced difficulties when trying to remove the SUMO tag. We therefore contacted the Lifesensors’ Technical Support. The feedback was remarkably speedy, expertly and very helpful: our problem was resolved. Excellent technology. Excellent product support.Jennet GummadovaProtein Expression Facility, Manchester Institute of Biotechnology, The University of Manchester