Are your antibodies specific? Find out using the world largest protein array.

Cambridge Protein Arrays Ltd. is a biotech SME located in Cambridge, UK. Our products and services focus on protein arrays and their application in the area of antibody screening and biomarker discovery. Cambridge Protein Arrays Ltd. is the European distributor for HuProtTM Human Proteome Arrays, the world’s largest protein arrays with more than 17.000 unique human proteins, as well as for customised arrays based on the protein repertoire of the HuProtTM arrays.
The second area of business is our proprietary DNA-encoded protein arrays. These protein arrays are produced via direct printing of proteins by cell-free expression from DNA templates. This technology enables convenient ‘on demand’ production of protein arrays based on coding sequences from any species of interest.

Cambridge Protein Arrays Ltd. 'Protein Arrays on demand'

What we offer

Services:
- Antibody specificity screening service for therapeutic
and reagent antibodies
- Biomarker discovery/ autoantibody discovery and
validation
- Small molecule screening

Products:
- HuProtTM Human Proteome Arrays, the world’s most
extensive protein arrays with more than 17.000 unique
human proteins for biomarker discovery and antibody
specificity screening
- Customised focussed protein arrays for validation of
biomarker candidates or antibodies, choosing from
more than 17.000 human proteins
- DNA-encoded customised ‘on demand’ protein arrays

What we are looking for

We are looking for customers who are interested in:

- Antibody specificity screening
- Autoantibody discovery and validation
- Biomarker discovery and validation
- Small molecule screening on large-scale protein
arrays and component validation
- Custom-made solutions in the area of antibody,
protein array, autoantibodies and biomarkers

Collaboration sought

  • Research & Development
  • Technical Co-operation
  • Licence Agreement
  • Commercial Agreement

Responsible

Mr Dr Ronny Schmidt

Project Manager Protein Array Technology

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