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Microfluidic large scale integration of viral–host interaction analysis

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Abstract

Viral–host interactions represent potential drug targets for novel antiviral strategies (Flisiak et al., Hepatology, 2008, 47, 817–26). Hence, it is important to establish an adequate platform for identifying and analyzing such interactions. In this review, we discuss bottlenecks in conventional proteinprotein interaction methodologies and present the contribution of innovative microfluidic-based technologies towards a solution to these problems with respect to viral–host proteomics.

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Submitted
07 Jan 2013
Accepted
20 Mar 2013
First published
20 Mar 2013

Lab Chip, 2013,13, 2202-2209
Article type
Critical Review

Microfluidic large scale integration of viral–host interaction analysis

Y. Ben-Ari, Y. Glick, S. Kipper, N. Schwartz, D. Avrahami, E. Barbiro-Michaely and D. Gerber, Lab Chip, 2013, 13, 2202
DOI: 10.1039/C3LC00034F

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