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Issue 7, 2020
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Functional comparison of paper-based immunoassays based on antibodies and engineered binding proteins

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Abstract

Binding protein scaffolds, such as rcSso7d, have been investigated for use in diagnostic tests; however, the functional performance of rcSso7d has not yet been studied in comparison to antibodies. Here, we assessed the analyte-binding capabilities of rcSso7d and antibodies on cellulose with samples in buffer and 100% human serum.

Graphical abstract: Functional comparison of paper-based immunoassays based on antibodies and engineered binding proteins

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Submitted
10 Feb 2020
Accepted
09 Mar 2020
First published
09 Mar 2020

This article is Open Access

Analyst, 2020,145, 2515-2519
Article type
Communication

Functional comparison of paper-based immunoassays based on antibodies and engineered binding proteins

K. Sung, Y. Jabbour Al Maalouf, Q. R. Johns, E. A. Miller and H. D. Sikes, Analyst, 2020, 145, 2515
DOI: 10.1039/D0AN00299B

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