Harvard Proteomics Researchers Develop Array for High-Content Protein Expression

The array is the next generation of a technology called nucleic acid programmable protein array, or NAPPA, that enables researchers to produce proteins en masse — a capability that so far has not been attainable with protein microarrays.

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