DNA microarray

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DNA microarray

[¦dē¦en¦ā ′mī·krō·ə‚rā]
(cell and molecular biology)
A microscopic spot containing identical single-stranded polymeric molecules of deoxyribonucleotides (DNAs), usually oligonucleotides or complementary DNAs, attached to a solid support (such as a membrane, a polymer, or glass) used to simultaneously analyze the expression levels of the corresponding genes.
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Furthermore, extracting the correct sequence from the DNA chip is based on the correct chemical conditions which were used originally to write in the DNA chip.
The new DNA chip will help farmers assess the state of their stock more accurately and enable conservationists to sample wild populations to ascertain their health and well-being.
said Tuesday they will jointly develop and market a diagnostic system based on Toshiba's in-vitro DNA chip.
The new product, which adopts ProbeBank, an oligonucleotide probe developed by DNA Chip Research, can analyze genes that have lower expression levels.
We use DNA chips to detect genes that make bacteria resistant to antibiotics," says Frye.
This intellectual property asset can be leveraged by Nanogen for potential product development or by other innovators who, for example, are creating optical waveguides using DNA chips and microscope slides for molecular analysis.
What's new: FoodExpert-ID, the first high-density, multi-detection DNA chip for animal feed and food testing.
DNA chips are now entering the clinical lab, after 10 years of development.
Because the DNA chip is designed to determine the likely effectiveness of interferon, it enables doctors to promptly adopt new treatment methods for patients who do not need the medicine, Toshiba said.
These products and services include: LEADS, Gencarta, DNA Chip design, Z3, LabOnWeb.
The Rosetta Resolver system can be used with a variety of third party and internally developed DNA chip technologies, including Agilent DNA microarrays and Affymetrix GeneChip(R) microarrays.