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Webinar: Immunomics technologies using protein microarrays for biomarker research

Webinar: Immunomics technologies using protein microarrays for biomarker research

  • Posted: 17/03/22

We’re delighted to welcome Andreas Weinhausel from the Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) for the next instalment of Arrayjet’s free webinar series.  This event will focus on the role of biomarkers in the clinical diagnosis and therapeutic treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

Andreas is a biotechnologist and associate professor for molecular biology at the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna.  He has been at the Molecular Diagnostics business unit at AIT since 2004, specialising in DNA-methylation and autoantibody biomarker development high throughput technologies.  His new workflow combines microarray and bead array technologies for biomarker development.  Probing antigenic proteins and peptides, the platform offers a powerful solution for diagnosing cancer and autoimmune disease.

Registration is free, and attendees are invited to join us for a live Q&A session immediately after the presentation.

Join us:

Thursday 24th March
4pm GMT (5pm CET)

A recording of this webinar will be available to watch on-demand after the event.

Selected publications

Brezina et al. (2015) Immune-Signatures for Lung Cancer Diagnostics: Evaluation of Protein Microarray Data Normalization Strategies 

Hargeneder et al. (2021) Responsive Hydrogel Binding Matrix for Dual Signal Amplification in Fluorescence Affinity Biosensors and Peptide Microarrays 

Hetteger et al. (2019) High Similarity of IgG Antibody Profiles in Blood and Saliva Opens Opportunities for Saliva Based Serology

Jodeleit et al. (2020) Autoantibodies as Diagnostic Markers and Potential Drivers of Inflammation in Ulcerative Colitis

Luna-Coronell et al. (2016) The Prostate Cancer Immunome: In Silico Functional Analysis of Antigenic Proteins from Microarray Profiling with IgG 

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