Dr. Günter Roth from the University of Freiburg presented his latest results on “Label-free real-time imaging and detection of cell-free protein microarray synthesis and interaction analysis in an integrated microfluidic system” at BITE 2017.

Dr. Roth and his group use SCORE technology to observe the binding of antibodies to a protein array. Protein arrays are not produced with a microarray printer, but are synthesised in situ directly in the microfluidic system. To this end, the team developed a method to copy a protein array directly from a DNA array by cell-free protein synthesis.

Download the original poster here.

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