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Title: Protein Array Patterning by Diffusive Gel Stamping
Authors: Anwar, M.
Gupta, P.B.
Palaniapan, R.
Matsudaira, P. 
Issue Date: 10-Oct-2012
Citation: Anwar, M., Gupta, P.B., Palaniapan, R., Matsudaira, P. (2012-10-10). Protein Array Patterning by Diffusive Gel Stamping. PLoS ONE 7 (10) : -. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Proteins and small molecules are the effectors of physiological action in biological systems and comprehensive methods are needed to analyze their modifications, expression levels and interactions. Systems-scale characterization of the proteome requires thousands of components in high-complexity samples to be isolated and simultaneously probed. While protein microarrays offer a promising approach to probe systems-scale changes in a high-throughput format, they are limited by the need to individually synthesize tens of thousands of proteins. We present an alternative technique, which we call diffusive gel (DiG) stamping, for patterning a microarray using a cellular lysate enabling rapid visualization of dynamic changes in the proteome as well protein interactions. A major advantage of the method described is that it requires no specialized equipment or in-vitro protein synthesis, making it widely accessible to researchers. The method can be integrated with mass spectrometry, allowing for the discovery of novel protein interactions. Here, we describe and characterize the sensitivity and physical features of DiG-Stamping. We demonstrate the biologic utility of DiG-Stamping by (1) identifying the binding partners of a target protein within a cellular lysate and by (2) visualizing the dynamics of proteins with multiple post-translational modifications. © 2012 Anwar et al.
Source Title: PLoS ONE
ISSN: 19326203
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0046382
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