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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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Finally, both mixes were pumped to the DNA array portion of the CARD (Supplemental Figure 1, zone 3).
According to him, these structures are about 100 nanometres in diameter, eight times larger and three times more complex than what could be created within a simple crystalline DNA array.
on our DNA array refer to an earlier version developed for research only (v1.
These 117 LDLR gene mutations and the R3500Q mutation were selected for a first version of the DNA array [Table 1 of the online Data Supplement and Refs.
By using the Maskless UV Projector to control the patterning of UV light on a glass surface in the reaction chamber, NimbleGen achieves great precision and control over DNA array fabrication and structure.
Santa Clara, CA; 408-731-5000) says it purchased a license to the Southern DNA array patents owned by Oxford Gene Technology (Oxford, United Kingdom; 44-171-496-3300).
We were able to enrich Neandertal protein-coding regions where differences occurred on the human evolutionary lineage up to 190,000-fold using Agilent DNA array capture technology," said Hernan Burbano of the MPI, one of the lead authors.
We present an electrochemical DNA array for the simultaneous genotyping of four SNPs (MxA-88, MxA-123, MBLX/Y, and MBLA/B) using target DNA prepared from blood samples of HCV patients.
If Incyte prevails in these interference proceedings, Affymetrix' ability to enforce intellectual property in the DNA array field would be severely damaged.
Key Technology Segments By Software and Vendors View T1-1 DNA Array Analysis T1-2 Next Generation Sequecing T1-3 Epigenetics Analysis T1-4 Proteomics T1-5 Cell-Based Analysis T1-6 RNAi Analysis T1-7 Molecular Diagnostics & Testing T1-8 Genetic Biomarker R&D T1-9 R&D Data Integration T1-10 R&D Knowledge Management & Collaboration T1-11 Others: R&D WorkFlow; LIMS; ELNs, etc.
Two commercialized DNA array technologies are also discussed: the Flow-Thru[TM] chip from Gene Logic (Chapter 5) and the Affymetrix GeneChip, created using photolithography (Chapter 6).
San Francisco, CA; 650-246-2300) announced that they have entered into a DNA array internal use license agreement.