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7-9 October- Coronado Island, California Stop by our booth and learn how Grace Bio-Labs can help you achieve your goals.
Visit us at booth 650 to learn how Grace Bio-Labs can help you boost your productivity
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Grace Bio-Labs will be at USC Health Science Campus on April 3, 2019, Come meet our representatives to learn how Grace Bio-Labs can help you achieve your goals.
Purified human proteins arrayed on PATH microarray slides are used for serum autoantibody profiling of melanoma patients treated with checkpoint inhibitors Immunotherapy was developed to overcome immune response evasion by neoplastic cells. First applied to the treatment of melanoma, it is being increasingly adopted in the therapeutic protocol of different types of cancers. One of … Continued
Do not miss the opportunity to learn how Grace Bio-Labs can help you increase productivity in the lab. Visit our booth at the Weintraub Building on June 13th, 2018.
Our representatives will be in Seattle on June 12, 2018. Meet them at 1616 Eastlake Ave, East building, main floor conference room.
The largest human proteome microarray in the world is printed on PATH® Protein Microarray Slides: Grace Bio-Labs 2D non-covalent binding substrate. A complete set of over 19,000 GST fusion proteins, purified from a human protein library is printed in duplicate across 500 slides. The unique nature of PATH thin nitrocellulose film ensure the preservation of native protein conformation, … Continued
Grace Bio-Labs’ Team is participating in the Tour Des Chutes to support cancer care and survivorship for children and adults in Central Oregon!
Epitope mapping allows the identification of polyclonal antibodies produced as a response to cytotoxins, allergens, neuronal or inflammatory conditions and, in autoimmune diseases to autoantigens. Routine assays for autoimmune response profiling are generally performed by ELISAs and fluorescence immunoassays. Individual assays are performed in microtiter plates, with each well representing a single antigen. Peptide microarrays provide … Continued
A recent paper published in Proteomics provides an overview of the applications of protein microarrays in translational research. The high-density array format appears to be a highly advantageous platform in this type of study thanks to features such as: Multiplexing capabilities: concomitant but individual analysis of many markers can be performed simultaneously, Low volume required … Continued