COVID-19 Update: We remain open and ready to help. Read More
Protein arrays are a high-throughput way to generate information about protein abundance or modification state.
When you use near-infrared fluorescence to detect your protein arrays, you will get:
Lysate (reverse phase) arrays contain complex samples, such as cell or tissue lysates, that are printed on an array surface and interrogated with antibodies.4
See some published examples of near-infrared fluorescent protein arraysView publications