High-Density Info | New developments in protein array technology: The Scientist Magazine®

Thirty years after it came into use, the protein microarray—a high-throughput tool that tracks the presence, activity, and interactions of proteins—is still going strong, even as its DNA counterpart is being replaced by next-generation sequencing. Protein arrays are workhorses in biomarker discovery, immune-response monitoring, and other areas of biology.

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