Sigma-Aldrich, GE Healthcare, George Grills, Sam Gambhir | GenomeWeb

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Sigma-Aldrich announced last week the availability of its Panorama Human Kinase v1 Array. The array contains 152 commonly studied kinases and uses a fusion tag attached to each kinase to tether and uniformly orient proteins on the array surface, the company said.

The new array is the latest in Sigma's Panorama Protein Array product line, which includes arrays of proteins, antibodies, peptides, and tissue extracts.

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