Tag: Protein Microarrays

Peptide Microarrays Reveal Similarity Between Saliva And Blood IgG Profiles

Proteomics is a powerful approach to understanding what role proteins play in disease development, growth, treatment, and recovery.   Most proteome research is focused on analyzing plasma and serum, as well as studying cell signaling pathways in cancer.  However, saliva and urine matrices are gaining attraction due to the relatively simple, non-invasive collection method that can … Continued

Protein Microarrays in translational research

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