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Table 1 Application of antibody microarrays in cancer research

From: Oncoproteomic profiling with antibody microarrays

Cancer type Sample source Assay platform Number of antibodies References
Angiogenesis Cell line ProteoChip 60 [47]
Bladder Human sera Nitrocellulose FAST slides 254 [53]
Breast Cell line, human sera and tissue Hypromatrix, RayBio, Proteome Profiler, MaxiSorp slide, nitrocellulose membrane, Panorama cell signaling, BD antibody microarray 380 400, 174, 42, 129, 312, 224, 378 [29, 4954, 61, 62, 7073]
Colon Cell line Poly-L-lysine or superaldehyde coated glass slides 146 [63]
Colorectal Human tissue, cell line Lab Vision, Panorama cell signaling 720, 224 [30, 64, 74]
Gastric Human sera Lab Vision 720 [30]
Intestinal Mouse sera Nitrocellulose-coated slides 40 [75]
Leukemia Human sera DotScan 82 [76]
Liver Human tissue, cell line Hypromatrix 400 [48]
Lung Human sera and exhaled breath condensate, cell line Cytokine antibody array VI+VII, Panorama cell signaling, Nitrocellulose-coated slides 120, 224, 84 [46, 55, 77, 78]
Melanoma Cell line RayBio 174 [79]
Ovarian Human sera Hydrogel-coated glass slides 320 [57, 60]
Pancreatic Human sera Nitrocellulose-coated slides, MaxiSorp slide 129, 48, 90 [44, 56, 59, 68, 69]
Prostate Cell line, human sera and prostate fluid Phosphorylation antibody array, RayBio, hydrogels or poly-L-lysine coated slides 71, 174, 184, 86 [6567, 77, 80]
Renal Human sera RayBio 20 [58]