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Protagen has released its first two protein biochips, UNIchip AV-400 and UNIchip AV-VAR, designed for antibody validation, or use with antibody-like molecules.

The UNIchip AV-400 contains 400 predefined and purified human proteins on a nitrocellulose-coated glass side, which represent a cross section of all cellular proteins. The UNIchipAV-VAR, in contrast, contains 400 proteins which are focused on different gene ontology classes, which can be chosen by the customer.

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