bead array

German: Bead Array
Japanese: ビーズアレイ

Molecular biology. A microarray made up of small beads coated with a specific substance (e.g., protein, DNA). Compared to conventional two-dimensional microarrays, the bead arrays have larger surface-to volume-ratios, providing faster kinetics, and more flexibility in assay design.

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