Arrayjet is joined by Ronald Sjöberg and August Jernbom Falk from the KTH affinity proteomics group at SciLifeLab who showcase their high-density protein array platform, originally developed by the Peter Nilsson group.
SciLifeLab’s Autoimmunity Profiling Facility offers proteome-wide screening for autoantibody reactivity, epitope mapping, and antibody validation and is supported by the Human Protein Atlas.
Speakers & Talks
Protein Fragments as Antigens for Microarray Production
Learn about microarrays of protein fragments – or ‘Protein Epitope Signature Tags’ (PrESTs) – from the Human Protein Atlas, how they are produced, and how they might be applied and quality-controlled in a typical project at SciLifeLab.Ronald Sjöberg – Head of Autoimmunity Profiling National Facility, SciLifeLab, Sweden
Exploring Autoantibody Profiling in Psychiatric Disorders
Hear a case study of how this array platform is applied to autoimmune profiling, in this case exploring the immune system’s involvement in psychiatric disorders.August Jernbom Falk – PhD Student, KTH, SciLifeLab