Item description for Protein Microarray Technology by Dev Kambhampati...
This book is the first of its kind in the field of protein microarrays and addresses novel strategies for constructing highly functional and biocompatible microarrays for screening proteins.
The list of authors consisting of world leading experts provide a roadmap for solving the complex challenges that are currently faced while monitoring protein-protein interactions over a wide range of microarray platforms. In doing so, they also offer a comprehensive overview of microarray surface chemistry, detection technologies, fabrication options for array development, and data analysis of numerous types of protein interactions.
Topics covered include:
Types of biomolecular interactions
While primarily intended to serve as a reference for researchers and students embarking on the exciting fields of proteomics, drug discovery and clinical diagnostics, this technology is also expected to potentially impact the areas of food diagnostics, environmental monitoring and national security.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.6" Width: 6.96" Height: 0.73" Weight: 1.45 lbs.
Release Date Mar 19, 2004
ISBN 3527305971 ISBN13 9783527305971
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More About Dev Kambhampati
Dev Kambhampati has an academic affiliation as follows - Xomics, Berkely, CA, USA.
Reviews - What do customers think about Protein Microarray Technology?
Focuses on surface plasmon resonance Oct 26, 2005
In support of this book it was pretty clear and did a very good job citing relevant papers and companies producing the technology. I'm not saying it's good or bad but this book focuses heavily on surface plasmon resonance (SPR) detection of analyte. By this I mean about 1/3 of its ~230 pages are on SPR. SPR has its own advantages and disadvantages but if you're not planning to use it, this probably isn't the book for you. Check out Schena's Protein Microarrays if you're looking for less specific coverage (about twice as many pages and cost me 1/4 the price).