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Carbohydrate arrays as tools for research and diagnostics.

Carbohydrate arrays as tools for research and diagnostics. In a very short time, carbohydrate microarrays have become important tools to investigate binding events that involve sugars. High throughput analysis of carbohydrate interactions with a wide range of binding partners, including proteins, RNA, whole cells and viruses, can be performed. Questions ranging from simple binding events to in-depth kinetic analysis can be addressed. This tutorial review summarizes methods to produce carbohydrate microarrays as well as their use. Some selected examples illustrate applications and the potential that these tools hold. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Chemical Society reviews Pubmed

Carbohydrate arrays as tools for research and diagnostics.

Chemical Society reviews , Volume 37 (7): -1391 – Sep 26, 2008

Carbohydrate arrays as tools for research and diagnostics.


Abstract

In a very short time, carbohydrate microarrays have become important tools to investigate binding events that involve sugars. High throughput analysis of carbohydrate interactions with a wide range of binding partners, including proteins, RNA, whole cells and viruses, can be performed. Questions ranging from simple binding events to in-depth kinetic analysis can be addressed. This tutorial review summarizes methods to produce carbohydrate microarrays as well as their use. Some selected examples illustrate applications and the potential that these tools hold.

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ISSN
0306-0012
DOI
10.1039/b708016f
pmid
18568167

Abstract

In a very short time, carbohydrate microarrays have become important tools to investigate binding events that involve sugars. High throughput analysis of carbohydrate interactions with a wide range of binding partners, including proteins, RNA, whole cells and viruses, can be performed. Questions ranging from simple binding events to in-depth kinetic analysis can be addressed. This tutorial review summarizes methods to produce carbohydrate microarrays as well as their use. Some selected examples illustrate applications and the potential that these tools hold.

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Chemical Society reviewsPubmed

Published: Sep 26, 2008

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