ProteoChip: a highly sensitive protein microarray prepared by a novel method of protein immobilization for application of protein-protein interaction studies

Yoonsuk LeeMoon Hi Han


We have developed a highly sensitive microarray protein chip, ProteoChip, coated with ProLinker, novel calixcrown derivatives with a bifunctional coupling property that permits efficient immobilization of capture proteins on solid matrixes and makes high-throughput analysis of protein-protein interactions possible. The analysis of quartz crystal microbalance showed that both monoclonal antibody (mAb) and antigen (Ag) bound to the gold film of the sensor surface coated with ProLinker B and that it is useful for studies of Ab-Ag interactions. ProteoChip, aminated glass slide coated with ProLinker A, was also demonstrated to be useful for preparation of high-density array spots by using a microarrayer and for analysis of analyte Ags either by direct or sandwich methods of fluorescence immunoassay. The detection sensitivity of ProteoChip was as low as 1-10 femtogram/mL of analyte protein, useful for detection of tumor markers. ProteoChip was also useful for studies of direct protein-protein interactions as demonstrated by analysis of integrin-extracellular matrix protein interaction. These experimental results suggest that ProteoChip is a powerful tool for development of chip-based lead screening microarrays to monitor protein-prot...Continue Reading


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