Tag: Dynamic range

View Your Proteins in 3-D!

Protein microarray technology has progressed significantly and, although new microarray surface chemistries continue to be developed and marketed, porous nitrocellulose has remained the predominant immobilization surface for protein microarray applications due to its many functional advantages.  The 3-dimensional structure of nitrocellulose film slides offers a considerably higher surface area for protein binding compared to conventional … Continued

SuperNOVA: Superior Porous Nitrocellulose Surface for Fluorescence Detection

Fluorescence detection is a preferred method for many quantitative protein microarray assays in research and diagnostic applications due to its excellent sensitivity and potential for multiplexing.  Use of multiplexed fluorescence-based assays on porous nitrocellulose though has been hampered by high backgrounds at shorter excitation wavelengths (such as the 532 nm fluorescence channel). We have developed … Continued