B2.4 - Protein Microarrays for Diagnostic Assays

Michael Hartmann, Thomas Joos & Johan Roeraade
A protein microarray, sometimes referred to as a protein chip, allows quantifying a large number of target analytes from minimal samples, using immobilized antibodies as capture molecules. Immobilized proteins in a microarray allow screening for reactive antibodies in serum samples, providing a multiplex approach to identify protein-protein interactions, identifying substrates of protein kinases or identifying the targets of biologically active small molecules. The array is a piece of chemically modified glass on which different capture...
This data center is not currently reporting usage information. For information on how your repository can submit usage information, please see our documentation.
We found no citations for this text. For information on how to provide citation information, please see our documentation.