Webinar: Proteome-wide analysis of serum antibodies in COVID-19 patients using SARS-CoV-2 proteome microarray
- Posted: 24/06/20
We will be hosting our second webinar of the year on Tuesday 28th July at 12.30pm. Prof. Xiaobo Yu from the National Centre for Protein Sciences in Beijing will be delivering a presentation on his latest research with the title “Proteome-wide analysis of serum antibodies in COVID-19 patients using SARS-CoV-2 proteome microarray”.
- Posted: 05/05/20
- Patient blood serum tests could reach 18000 per day using the ArrayPlex high-throughput biologics screening assay.
- R&D tests use synthetic COVID-19 proteins printed on “biological microchips” alongside entire the human proteome
- Collaborative partnership calls for diagnostic and life science companies with capabilities to implement their novel infectious sample screening technology to come forward
- Posted: 04/02/20
Arrayjet welcomes Ronald Sjöberg from the SciLifeLab to discuss the high-density protein array developed by Peter Nilsson's group
Polysaccharide research a catalyst to establishing pioneering Microarray Centre at Newcastle University for bioscience community
- Posted: 09/01/20
- Newcastle University invests £280,000 with Arrayjet, the UK’s leading provider of microarray bio-printing technology, as part of its plan to establish a pioneering microarray centre for the northern half of the United Kingdom.
- The centre will be used by other university departments, as well as external life science and biotechnology research partners.