ProtoArray® Human Protein Microarray

Catalog number: PAH0525101

Novex™  Related applications: Protein Assays and Analysis

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The ProtoArray™ Human Protein Microarray is an advanced, high-content, functional protein microarray that enables rapid profiling of thousands of biochemical interactions in as little as one day. Perform a variety of assays, including biomarker identification, drug target discovery, enzyme substrate identification, antibody specificity profiling, and protein-protein interaction studies.

Benefits of the ProtoArray Human Protein Microarray:

• Target over over 9,000 unique human proteins selected from multiple gene families
• Screen against native proteins purified and printed under non-denaturing conditions
• Profile interactions in key biological pathways, such as cell signaling, inflammation, and apoptosis
• Target key proteins, including cytokines, chemokines, and growth factors
• Interrogate hundreds of known cancer-associated proteins for autoimmune responses

Study thousands of human proteins at once
This latest version (5.1) of the ProtoArray Human Protein Microarray contains over 9,000 unique human proteins selected from multiple gene families. This array can be used for a broad range of applications including:

• Identifying novel protein biomarkers specific for disease states, including transplantation, cancers, and autoimmune diseases
• Discovering and identifying drug target pathways
• Profiling antibody specificity for research and therapeutic antibody development
• Mapping protein-protein interactions important to biochemical pathways

Utilizes active proteins from the Invitrogen Ultimate ORF Collection
The ProtoArray Human Protein Microarray is designed for maximum protein functionality. The proteins are produced from clones selected from the Invitrogen™ Ultimate™ ORF Collection, the first and only clone resource to offer full-insert sequenced clones in a Gateway™ vector. Clones are expressed as N-terminal GST fusion proteins using a baculovirus expression system. All proteins are purified under nondenaturing conditions and printed at 4°C to preserve native protein structure.

Have confidence in your results
To help ensure confidence in your results, proteins are arrayed in duplicate on a 1 inch by 3 inch glass slide along with many controls for background, labeling, and detection. The glass slide is an ultra-thin nitrocellulose-coated slide specifically selected for its low background binding. Each slide is labeled with a unique bar code for easy tracking. ProtoArray protein microarrays are easily read with most commercially available fluorescent microarray scanners. List of compatible scanners

ProtoArray™ Prospector v5.2 is a free data analysis software tool that provides rapid interpretation of supported application experiments using ProtoArray microarrays. Learn more about ProtoArray Prospector v5.2.

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Learn more about ProtoArray protein microarrays
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Available Protoarray custom services

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.


Species: Human
Slide Type: Nitrocellulose
Product Size: 1 array
Number of Arrays: 1 Arrays

Contents & storage

Contains one microarray with over 9,000 unique human proteins arrayed in duplicate on a 1 inch x 3 inch nitrocellulose-coated glass slide.

Store for up to 6 months at -20°C.


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