Used with Bio-Rad’s ProteOn XPR36 system, the three ProteOn XPR36 sensor chips combine advanced surface chemistries with an alternate approach to surface chemistry activation to optimize ligand-binding activity. Each of the chips can conduct up to 36 biomolecular assay interactions simultaneously in one experiment. They provide reliable and real-time measurement of multiple protein-protein, protein-peptide, protein-small molecule, and protein-DNA interactions. The three ProteOn system chips include: a GLC sensor chip for protein-protein interaction analysis; a GLM sensor chip for protein-small molecule applications; and an NLC sensor chip for immobilization of biotinylated proteins, peptides, and nucleic acids.
Published in G&P magazine: Vol. 7, No. 11, November, 2007, p.G9.
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