Invitrogen Launches High-Density Human Protein Microarray

Invitrogen last week introduced a high-density human protein microarray for identifying protein-protein interactions.

The ProtoArray Human Protein Microarray contains more than 1,800 human proteins from the kinase, membrane-associated, cell-signaling and metabolic protein classes. The chip was designed specifically with the drug discovery researcher in mind, Invitrogen officials said.

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