Methods for Light-Directed Synthesis of Peptide Arrays on Polymer Materials

Neal Woodbury (Inventor)

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Abstract

Light directed peptide synthesis was first developed 14 years ago by the people that went on to found Affymetrix. Since then little progress has been made. Now, using the platform described in ASU application PCT/US05/15764 we have made the largest and longest light-directed peptide microarrays ever made and have used this technology to develop ligands against the protein transferrin.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - Jan 27 2006

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Polymers
Peptides
Transferrin
Microarrays
Ligands
Proteins

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