Yale Scientists Validate Proteome Chip Tech With Yeast Experiments in Science Article | GenomeWeb

A group of Yale researchers has developed 5,800-spot yeast proteome chips to find numerous new yeast proteins.

The protein chip experiments, which Heng Zhu and colleagues reported in a July 27 Science article, “Global Analysis of Protein Activities Using Proteome Chips,” were not only an exploration into the yeast proteome, but a validation effort for novel protein chip technologies.

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