See how researchers get good quality publications with arrays

Basic, translational and clinical research is aimed at better understanding the physiopathology of diseases. An important dimension in such research programs is to receive funds to further bring biologically relevant data and get more publications in prestigious journals.

If you are using protein immunoblots, we would like to share with you some recent publications in top-tier journals highlighting the applications of Antibody Arrays for secretome studies. These arrays act as a multiplex western blot, detecting up to 274 proteins in one experiment with high specificity.

So rather than using hundreds of antibodies or ELISAs, or stripping and re-probing blots, you can use Antibody Arrays and compare expression levels of many cytokines, growth factors, receptors, and other proteins in a single assay!tebu-bio: European RaybioTech's Certified Laboratory service provider. And if you are too busy or prefer experts to take care of your valuable samples, do not hesitate to contact tebu-bio’s laboratory, a certified service provider, for performing your array experiments for Biomarker discovery and Protein Multiplex quantification.

Below you’ll find a selection of publications published in 2015 based on various types of Antibody Arrays:

  1. Human Cytokine array 6 in Blood – Balakumaran A. et al. “Bone marrow skeletal stem/progenitor cell defects in patients with dyskeratosis congenita and telomere biology disorders. Blood. 2015 Jan 29;125(5):793-802. doi: 10.1182/blood-2014-06-566810.
  2. Human Cytokine array 5 in Oncogene – Sharif GM. et al. “Cell growth density modulates cancer cell vascular invasion via Hippo pathway activity and CXCR2 signaling.” Oncogene. 2015 Mar 16. doi: 10.1038/onc.2015.44.
  3. Mouse Cytokine array 1000 in PLoS One – Arshad A et al. (2015) “Simultaneous Irradiation of Fibroblasts and Carcinoma Cells Repress the Secretion of Soluble Factors Able to Stimulate Carcinoma Cell Migration.” PLoS ONE 10(1): e0115447. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0115447.
  4. Mouse Inflammation 1 in Laboratory Investigations – Wen J. et al. “Low doses of CMV induce autoimmune-mediated and inflammatory responses in bile duct epithelia of regulatory T cell-depleted neonatal mice. Lab Invest. 2015 Feb;95(2):180-92. doi: 10.1038/labinvest.2014.148.
  5. Mouse Q4000 in Clinical and Vaccine Immunology – Kurtz S., Elkins K. “Correlates of vaccine-induced protection against TB immune revealed in comparative analyses of lymphocyte populations.” Clinical and Vaccine Immunology, Accepted manuscript posted online 12 August 2015, doi: 10.1128/CVI.00301-15.
  6. Human G1000 in PLoS One – Gomez DL et al. (2015) “Neurogenin 3 Expressing Cells in the Human Exocrine Pancreas Have the Capacity for Endocrine Cell Fate. PLoS ONE 10(8): e0133862. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0133862.
  7. Human Apoptosis Array in Drug Design and Development – Ahmadipour F. et al. “Koenimbin, a natural dietary compound of Murraya koenigii (L) Spreng: inhibition of MCF7 breast cancer cells and targeting of derived MCF7 breast cancer stem cells (CD44+/CD24-/low): an in vitro study.” Drug Des Devel Ther. 2015 Feb 24;9:1193-208. doi: 10.2147/DDDT.S72127.

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