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Protein arrays : methods and protocols

Author: Eric T Fung
Publisher: Totowa, N.J. : Humana Press, ©2004.
Series: Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), v. 264.
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Protein arrays make possible the detection and quantitation of many proteins simultaneously, thus enabling researchers to ask fundamental questions about biological processes and to discover biomarkers that can be used diagnostically. In Protein Arrays: Methods and Protocols, innovative experimentalists describe in detail the methods they have developed to synthesize and construct protein arrays for basic and  Read more...
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Protein arrays.
Totowa, N.J. : Humana Press, ©2004
(DLC) 2003020792
(OCoLC)53091071
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Eric T Fung
ISBN: 1592597599 9781592597598 158829255X 9781588292551
OCLC Number: 56418875
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 287 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Protein arrays from cDNA expression libraries / H. Weiner, T. Faupel and K. Bussow --
Protein expression arrays for proteomics / M. Gilbert, T.C. Edwards and J.S. Albala --
Generation of protein in situ arrays by discernarray technology / M. He --
Multiplexed protein analysis using spotted antibody microarrays / B.B. Haab and H. Zhou --
Target-assisted iterative screening of phage surface display cDNA libraries / A. Kurakin, S. Wu and D.E. Bredesen --
Design, construction, and use of tissue microarrays / S.M. Hewitt --
A streptavidin-biotin-based microarray platform for immunoassays / P. Pavlickova and H. Hug --
Site-specific immobilization of biotinylated proteins for protein microarray analysis / R.Y. Lue [and others] --
Processing of photoaptamer microarrays / H. Petach [and others] --
Use of a small molecule-based affinity system for the preparation of protein microarrays / K.A. Hughes --
Evaluation of antibodies and microarray coatings as a prerequisite for the generation of optimized antibody microarrays / P. Angenendt and J. Glokler --
Printing functional protein microarrays using piezoelectric capillaries / J.B. Delehanty --
The use of precision glass syringes and a noncontact microsolenoid dispenser for the production of high-throughput low-density arrays / A. Azarani --
A protein microarray elisa for screening biological fluids / S.M. Varnum, R.L. Woodbury and R.C. Zangar --
Protein-domain microarrays / A. Espejo and M.T. Bedford --
Sh3 domain protein-binding arrays / S. Chamnongpol and X. Li --
Site-specific peptide immobilization strategies for the rapid detection of kinase activity on microarrays / M. Uttamchandani [and others] --
Simultaneous monitoring of multiple kinase activities by seldi-tof mass spectrometry / V. Thulasiraman [and others] --
Cytokine protein arrays / R.P. Huang --
Fabrication and application of g protein-coupled receptor microarrays / Y. Fang [and others] --
Proteinchip array-based amyloid beta assays / L.E. Bradbury, J.F. LeBlanc and D.B. McCarthy --
Serum protein-expression profiling using the proteinchip biomarker system / K. Gilbert [and others] --
Protein arrays for serodiagnosis of disease / T. Bacarese-Hamilton [and others].
Series Title: Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), v. 264.
Responsibility: edited by Eric Fung.
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