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Proteomics in Health and Disease Part I

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Volume 2003 |Article ID 874759 | https://doi.org/10.1155/S1110724303210020

Guru Reddy, Enrique A. Dalmasso, "SELDI ProteinChip® Array Technology: Protein-Based Predictive Medicine and Drug Discovery Applications", BioMed Research International, vol. 2003, Article ID 874759, 5 pages, 2003. https://doi.org/10.1155/S1110724303210020

SELDI ProteinChip® Array Technology: Protein-Based Predictive Medicine and Drug Discovery Applications

Received24 Oct 2002
Accepted05 Nov 2002

Abstract

Predictive medicine, utilizing the ProteinChip® Array technology, will develop through the implementation of novel biomarkers and multimarker patterns for detecting disease, determining patient prognosis, monitoring drug effects such as efficacy or toxicity, and for defining treatment options. These biomarkers may also serve as novel protein drug candidates or protein drug targets. In addition, the technology can be used for discovering small molecule drugs or for defining their mode of action utilizing protein-based assays. In this review, we describe the following applications of the ProteinChip Array technology: (1) discovery and identification of novel inhibitors of HIV-1 replication, (2) serum and tissue proteome analysis for the discovery and development of novel multimarker clinical assays for prostate, breast, ovarian, and other cancers, and (3) biomarker and drug discovery applications for neurological disorders.

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