protein microarray

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protein microarray

A laboratory tool for studying the genome or proteome of an organism, in which binding proteins are affixed to a scaffold in order to capture specific proteins from a tissue or blood sample. The captured proteins can then be analyzed individually or in aggregate.
See also: microarray
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A comparability study of the emerging protein array platforms with established ELISA procedures.
The conference is a valuable opportunity to survey developments in the microarray, lab-on-a-chip and protein array markets.
UPA, a universal protein array system for quantitative detection of protein-protein, protein-DNA, protein-RNA and protein-ligand interactions.
Protein array development during the present study focused on the use of antibodies as the capture ligand.
Bio-Rad released the Bio-Plex protein array system ...
Beads were washed three times with protein array wash buffer [50 [micro]L; phosphate-buffered saline (pH 7.4), containing 10 g/L bovine serum albumin, 0.2 g/L Tween 20, and 0.2 g/L sodium azide; Sigma].
In December 2000, Bio-Rad launched the Bio-Plex Protein Array System, a platform that supports the drug discovery process, providing researchers with more information at the cellular level.
Cell detection based on protein array using modified glass slides.
Chapter 11 offers a succinct description of protein arrays and a very brief overview of protein array analysis.
Bio-Rad's Bio-Plex Protein Array System is the result of two-years of development by the companies.
In conclusion, within the layout of our protein array platform, we showed that RLS particles are very sensitive labels for multiplexed sandwich immunoassays.
Simultaneous detection of multiple cytokines from conditioned media and patient's sera by an antibody-based protein array system.