Functional protein microarrays are composed of arrays containing full-length functional proteins or protein domains. They are used to study and identify new molecular interactions between proteins, small molecules or enzyme substrates. Antibody microarrays are the most common analytical microarray and are well suited for detecting changes of proteins in biological samples with a relatively large dynamic range. vs, Shufang Liang, Protein Microarrays in Proteome-wide Applications.
Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics from OMICS Group published best research and peer-review articles related to microarray and its applications in the field of proteomics to diagnose diseases.
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