Analysis of Integral Membrane Protein–Antibody and Lipid-Protein Interactions Using the ProteOn™ XPR36 Protein Interaction Array System
20 Feb 2015

Membrane proteins and membrane-associated proteins and peptides have been shown to be important in many biological processes and are involved in key pathways in diseases such as cancer. Membrane proteins are fast becoming the next big class of drug targets. This poster describes the use of a ProteOn XPR36 protein interaction array system, which uses surface plasmon resonance to measure 36 biomolecular interactions simultaneously, to study the interaction of artificial membranes and two significant peptides.

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