Enhancing Throughput of the ProteOn™ Biosensor in Antibody Screening Applications





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Published on Sep 14, 2012

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In this free webinar, Kevin Lindquist describes how a 36-ligand array can be generated using the ProteOn XPR36 protein interaction system. This 36-ligand array was used in epitope binning, eptiope mapping, and kinetic characterization studies, enabling a greater number of assays to be conducted that previously anticipated. He shows how using the 36-ligand array reduces bottlenecks in their drug discovery workflows.

Kevin Lindquist, M.S.
Principal Scientist at Pfizer-Rinat


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