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Online Resources[edit]

There are many online resources available for additional information about protein chips. Below are a few of our favorites.



Journal Articles (Open Access)[edit]

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Bertone P, Snyder M. Advances in functional protein microarray technology. FEBS, 2005; 272(5400-5411).

Zhu H, Bilgin M, Bangham R, Hall D, Casamayor A, Bertone P, Lan N, Jansen R, Bidlingmaier S, Houfek T et al. (2001) Global analysis of protein activities using proteome chips. Science 293, 2101–2105.

Related To Analysis[edit]

Xu, Qingchai, Lam, Kit S. "Protein and Chemical Microarrays- Powerful Tools for Proteomics." Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology (2003) 5:257-266. Download the paper.

Related to Applications[edit]

LaBaer, Joshua & Ramachandran, Niroshan. "Protein Microarrays as Tools for Functional Proteomics." Current Opinion in Chemical Biology (2..05) 9:14-19. View the paper.

Duan L, Wang Y, Li SS, Wan Z, Zhai J. Rapid and simultaneous detection of human hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus antibodies based on a protein chip assay using nano-gold immunological amplification and silver staining method. BMC Infectious Diseases, 5 (2005).

Ge H. UPA, a universal protein array system for quantitative detection of protein–protein, protein–DNA, protein–RNA and protein–ligand interactions. Nucleic Acids Research, 28 (2000).

Kozak KR, Amneus MW, Pusey SM, Su F, Luong MN, Luong SA, Reddy ST, Farias-Eisner R. Identification of biomarkers for ovarian cancer using strong anion-exchange ProteinChips: Potential use in diagnosis and prognosis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 100:12343–12348 (2003).

Journal Articles (Subscription Required)[edit]

Related to Introduction/History[edit]

MacBeath G, Schreiber SL. Printing proteins as microarrays for high-throughput function determination. Science, 289: 1760-3 (2000).

Related to Types[edit]

Jona G, Snyder M. Recent developments in analytical and functional protein microarrays. Curr Opin Mol Ther., 2003; 5(271-277).

Related to Analysis[edit]

Ferracci G, Seagar M, Joel C, Miquelis R, Leveque C. Real time analysis of intact organelles using surface plasmon resonance. Analytical Biochemistry, 334: 367-375 (2004).

Kim TJ, Cho HS, Park NY, Lee JI. Serodiagnostic comparison between two methods, ELISA and surface plasmon resonance for the detection of antibody titres of Mycoplasma hyopneumoniae. Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series B, 53: 87-90 (2006).

Zhu H, Snyder M. Protein Chip Technology. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 7: 55-63 (2003).

Related to Applications[edit]

Fan G, Molstad M, Braziel RM, Standley M, Huang J, Rodgers W, Nagalla S. Proteomic profiling of mature CD10+ B-cell lymphomas. American Journal of Clinical Pathology, 124: 920-29 (2005).

Huelseweh B, Ehricht R, Marschall HJ. A simple and rapid protein array based method for the simultaneous detection of biowarfare agents. Proteomics, April 18, 2006.

Warren EN, Jiang J, Parker CE, Borchers CH. Absolute quantitation of cancer-related proteins using an MS-based peptide chip. Biotechniques, 38:S7-11 (2005).

Tutorials and Information[edit]

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