Protein microarrays : methods and protocols / edited by Ulrike Korf.

Contributor(s): Korf, Ulrike
Material type: TextTextSeries: Springer protocols (Series): ; Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.): v. 785.Publisher: New York : Humana Press, ©2011Description: 1 online resource (xi, 398 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781617792861; 1617792861Subject(s): Protein microarrays | Genetic Techniques | Investigative Techniques | Chemistry Techniques, Analytical | Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment | Protein Array Analysis | Microarray Analysis | Molecular Probe Techniques | Microchip Analytical Procedures | Protein microarrays | eiwitten | proteins | microarrays | Proteins and Enzymes | Eiwitten en enzymenGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Protein microarrays.DDC classification: 572/.636 LOC classification: QP551Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Reverse phase protein microarrays for clinical applications -- Impact of blocking and detection chemistries on antibody performance for reverse phase protein arrays -- Phosphoprotein stability in clinical tissue and its relevance for reverse phase protein microarray technology -- Utilization of RNAi to validate antibodies for reverse phase protein arrays -- Antibody-mediated signal amplification for reverse phase protein array-based protein quantification -- Reverse-phase protein lysate microarray (RPA) for the experimental validation of quantitative protein network models -- Characterization of kinase inhibitors using reverse phase protein arrays -- Use of formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded tissues for diagnosis and therapy in routine clinical settings -- Producing reverse phase protein microarrays from formalin-fixed tissues -- Use of reverse phase protein microarrays to study protein expression in leukemia: Technical and methodological lessons learned -- Antibody microarrays as tools for biomarker discovery -- Assessment of antibody specificity using suspension bead arrays -- Quantitative analysis of phosphoproteins using microspot immunoassays -- Robust protein profiling with complex antibody microarrays in a dual-colour mode -- High-throughput studies of protein glycoforms using antibody-lectin sandwich arrays -- Microspot immunoassay-based analysis of plasma protein profiles for biomarker discovery strategies -- Recombinant antibodies for the generation of antibody arrays -- Producing protein microarrays from DNA microarrays -- Cell arrays and high-content screening -- Probing calmodulin protein-protein interactions using high-content protein arrays -- Protein function microarrays for customised systems-oriented proteome analysis -- Optimized autoantibody profiling on protein arrays -- Inkjet printing for the production of protein microarrays -- Impact of substrates for probe immobilization -- Contact printing of protein microarrays.
Summary: Progress in functional proteomics has been limited for a long time, partially caused by limitations in assay sensitivity and sample capacity; however, protein microarrays have the ability to overcome these limitations so that a highly parallel analysis of hundreds of proteins in thousands of samples is attainable. In Protein Microarrays: Methods and Protocols, expert researchers in the field present an up-to-date collection of robust strategies in the field of protein microarrays and summarize recent advantages in the field of printing technologies, the development of suitable surface materials, as well as detection and quantification technologies. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and key notes on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Comprehensive and cutting-edge, Protein Microarrays: Methods and Protocols aims to stimulate the application and further advancement of this powerful technology in labs worldwide.
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Reverse phase protein microarrays for clinical applications -- Impact of blocking and detection chemistries on antibody performance for reverse phase protein arrays -- Phosphoprotein stability in clinical tissue and its relevance for reverse phase protein microarray technology -- Utilization of RNAi to validate antibodies for reverse phase protein arrays -- Antibody-mediated signal amplification for reverse phase protein array-based protein quantification -- Reverse-phase protein lysate microarray (RPA) for the experimental validation of quantitative protein network models -- Characterization of kinase inhibitors using reverse phase protein arrays -- Use of formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded tissues for diagnosis and therapy in routine clinical settings -- Producing reverse phase protein microarrays from formalin-fixed tissues -- Use of reverse phase protein microarrays to study protein expression in leukemia: Technical and methodological lessons learned -- Antibody microarrays as tools for biomarker discovery -- Assessment of antibody specificity using suspension bead arrays -- Quantitative analysis of phosphoproteins using microspot immunoassays -- Robust protein profiling with complex antibody microarrays in a dual-colour mode -- High-throughput studies of protein glycoforms using antibody-lectin sandwich arrays -- Microspot immunoassay-based analysis of plasma protein profiles for biomarker discovery strategies -- Recombinant antibodies for the generation of antibody arrays -- Producing protein microarrays from DNA microarrays -- Cell arrays and high-content screening -- Probing calmodulin protein-protein interactions using high-content protein arrays -- Protein function microarrays for customised systems-oriented proteome analysis -- Optimized autoantibody profiling on protein arrays -- Inkjet printing for the production of protein microarrays -- Impact of substrates for probe immobilization -- Contact printing of protein microarrays.

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Progress in functional proteomics has been limited for a long time, partially caused by limitations in assay sensitivity and sample capacity; however, protein microarrays have the ability to overcome these limitations so that a highly parallel analysis of hundreds of proteins in thousands of samples is attainable. In Protein Microarrays: Methods and Protocols, expert researchers in the field present an up-to-date collection of robust strategies in the field of protein microarrays and summarize recent advantages in the field of printing technologies, the development of suitable surface materials, as well as detection and quantification technologies. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and key notes on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Comprehensive and cutting-edge, Protein Microarrays: Methods and Protocols aims to stimulate the application and further advancement of this powerful technology in labs worldwide.

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