Expanded Proximity Ligation Assay Could Prove Valuable for Biomarker Studies, Top-Down Proteomics

Uppsala University scientists have developed a new PLA technique for confirming the simultaneous presence of multiple epitopes on a target. The approach, which the team devised for prostate cancer biomarker detection, has a variety of potential applications, including for intact protein research.

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