Webinar: Protein Microarrays for Systematical Deciphering of SARS-CoV-2 Specific Humoral Immune Responses
- Posted: 02/06/21
In a free webinar, Arrayjet welcomes Sheng-ce Tao from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. The Tao Lab constructed a SARS-CoV-2 protein microarray and analysed the antibody responses of 1,051 COVID-19 patients to identify potential biomarkers for predicting the severity and outcome of the patients. This work will facilitate understanding of SARS-CoV-2-specific humoral responses and may be useful for vaccine refinement.
Webinar: Multi-pronged functional proteomics approaches for biomarker discovery in chronic and infectious diseases
- Posted: 25/03/21
Arrayjet welcomes Manuel Fuentes from Cancer Research Centre at University of Salamanca to discuss how protein microarrays are proving crucial in biomarker discovery. Manuel and his team will focus on chronic diseases, tumour and infectious diseases, and give an overview of current projects.
- Posted: 18/03/21
The quest to develop effective malarial vaccines is now a step closer with Scottish bio-printer manufacturer Arrayjet, selected to work with a Kenyan-based medical research group to assist ongoing R&D trials that could lead to a vaccination immunisation program to tackle malaria in less than two years.
- Posted: 18/01/21
Arrayjet welcomes Professor William Willats from the University of Newcastle to discuss glycoprofiling using carbohydrate microarrays and offer an overview of the defined and extracted glycoarrays approach.