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Protein microarray

A protein microarray is a piece of glass on which different molecules of protein have been affixed at separate locations in an ordered manner thus forming a microscopic array.

These are used to identify protein-protein interactions, to identify the substrates of protein kinases, or to identify the targets of biologically active small molecules.

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