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New Bio-Rad Literature Describes Proteon xpr36 Protein Interaction Array System Sensor Chips
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New Bio-Rad Literature Describes Proteon xpr36 Protein Interaction Array System Sensor Chips

New Bio-Rad Literature Describes Proteon xpr36 Protein Interaction Array System Sensor Chips
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New Bio-Rad Literature Describes Proteon xpr36 Protein Interaction Array System Sensor Chips


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Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc. has announced the availability of a product information sheet (Bulletin 5404) that describes Bio Rad’s ProteOn™ XPR36 protein interaction array system sensor chips.

Used with the ProteOn XPR36 system, the three sensor chips combine advanced surface chemistries with an alternate approach to surface chemistry activation to optimize ligand binding activity.

The product information sheet offers features and benefits of each of the chips and explains how they can conduct up to 36 biomolecular assay interactions simultaneously in one experiment.

In addition, the literature describes the chips’ ability to provide reliable and real-time measurement of multiple protein-protein, protein-peptide, protein-small molecule, and protein-DNA interactions. Extensive supporting data of the chips’ capabilities in the form of tables and graphics are also provided in the literature.

The three ProteOn system chips include:

• The ProteOn GLC sensor chip is designed for protein-protein interaction analysis;

• the ProteOn GLM sensor chip for protein-small molecule applications; and

• the ProteOn NLC sensor chip for immobilization of biotinylated proteins, peptides, and nucleic acids. Chip ordering information is also provided.

The ProteOn instrument and chip system is specifically designed for scientists conducting antibody research and development, protein interface analysis, interaction proteomics, and drug target interactions. The system and chips may also be used by  pharmaceutical service providers.

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