Antigen discovery

Antigen discovery

Determining antigenic targets for vaccines using traditional methods can be time-consuming.  Protein microarray is a multiplex alternative that offers significant advantages in throughput, enabling researchers to simplify screening experiments.

Application note

Reproducible printing is crucial to producing reliable protein arrays.  Arrayjet's application note demonstrates printing consistency using a Marathon instrument.

Assessment Of Printing Reproducability.pdf

 

Selected publications 

KILchip v1.0: A novel Plasmodium falciparum erozoite protein microarray to facilitate malaria vaccine candidate prioritization
G. Kamuyu, J. Tuju, R. Kimathi, K. Mwai, J. Mburu, N. Kibinge, M. Chong Kwan, S. Hawkings, R. Yaa, E. Chepsat, J. M. Njunge, T. Chege, F. Guleid, M. Rosenkranz, C. K. Kariuki, R. Frank, S. M. Kinyanjui, L. M. Murungi, P. Bejon, A. Färnert, K. K. A. Tetteh, J. G. Beeson, D. J. Conway, K. Marsh, J. C. Rayner and F. H. A. Osier
Frontiers in Immunology

Retrospective identification of a broad IgG repertoire differentiating patients with S. aureus skin and soft tissue infections from controls
F. Rigat, E. Bartolini, M. Dalsass, N. Kumar, S. Marchi, P. Speziale, D. Maione, L. Chen, M. R. Romano, M. Alegre, F. Bagnoli, R. S. Daum, and M. Z. David
Frontiers in Immunology