Corning Uses GPCRs in Demonstration of Functional Membrane Protein Arrays | GenomeWeb

Scientists from Corning’s biochemical technologies unit have developed a new approach for displaying functional membrane proteins on surfaces that may allow for the rapid screening of drug targets against this important class of “druggable” proteins. Their paper, published in the March 20 issue of Journal of the American Chemical Society, is the first demonstration of a protein membrane array and how it might be used in ligand screening, the researchers said.

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