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Would you like to use the reagents and resources from the Human Protein Atlas project in your own research project? Please contact relevant Human Protein Atlas associated facility:
Autoimmunity Profiling Facility
The Autoimmunity profiling facility provides infrastructure and technologies for analysis of the autoantibody repertoire in body fluids and antibody validation using custom designed protein and peptide arrays.
Supported by the resource of more than 42 000 unique human protein fragments generated within the Human Protein Atlas, representing more than 18 000 human protein coding genes, we offer proteome wide screening for autoantibody reactivity, as well as downstream solutions for investigation of autoimmunity in hundreds of patient samples in parallel. Instrumentation and know-how is available for generating customized spotted protein microarrays as well as measurement and analysis of commercially available protein microarrays.
Spatial Proteomics Facility
This facility provides service in multiplexed immunofluorescence using the recently launched COMET instrument from Lunaphore. This is based on sequential IF using primary off the shelf antibodies. Depending on your need and specific project we will discuss what methods for multiplexing is the most suitable for each project. The unit also enables researchers to access the resources and expertise from the Human Protein Atlas (www.proteinatlas.org) and the primary aim is to do full service immunofluorescence projects at moderate to high-throughput level in cell lines. Based on the resource of more than 25,000 antibodies and a panel of >30 different human cell lines, we offer a unique possibility to explore hundreds of protein targets at subcellular level under various cellular states and conditions.
SciLifeLab Affinity Proteomics Unit (Stockholm)
Built on the unique resource of > 48,000 polyclonal antibodies, the Affinity Proteomics Unit in Stockholm offers high throughput analysis of proteins in body fluids. With protein targets proposed by the user, up to 384 antibodies can be combined in one assay. Studies to analyze 384 or even more samples in one experiment often only require a few µl of body fluids. The facility also offers tailored immunoassays for validation of protein capture, and profiling of potential interacting proteins. In addition, the infrastructure and know-how enable the users to analyze their samples with a variety of the most advanced multiplex immunoassay platforms.