Cell membrane array fabrication and assay technology

@article{Yamazaki2005CellMA,
  title={Cell membrane array fabrication and assay technology},
  author={Victoria Yamazaki and Oksana Sirenko and Robert J. Schafer and Luat T. Nguyen and Thomas Gutsmann and Lore Brade and Jay T. Groves},
  journal={BMC Biotechnology},
  year={2005},
  volume={5},
  pages={18 - 18}
}
BackgroundMicroarray technology has been used extensively over the past 10 years for assessing gene expression, and has facilitated precise genetic profiling of everything from tumors to small molecule drugs. By contrast, arraying cell membranes in a manner which preserves their ability to mediate biochemical processes has been considerably more difficult.ResultsIn this article, we describe a novel technology for generating cell membrane microarrays for performing high throughput biology. Our… CONTINUE READING

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