Latest paper of Esther published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces

The collaborative work by Esther van Andel with the WUR groups of Cell Biology and Immunology and Biochemistry has resulted in a publication in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces. In this work, Esther nicely demonstrates how magnetic beads, equipped with an antifouling coating and an antibody can be used to very specifically identify relevant protein–protein interactions with a strong reduction in unwanted nonspecific protein binding.

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