microarray

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microarray

A technique for performing many DNA experiments in parallel. Nothing to do with computers.
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Wyeth, one of the first pharmaceutical companies to apply genomics in clinical research, will continue to use Affymetrix microarray technology to identify new drug targets and gain a better understanding of the genetic markers that potentially correlate with a patient's response to therapy.
Affymetrix is the leader in commercializing microarray technology and this is a strong vote of confidence.
Just as Affymetrix's GeneChip technology allows for simultaneous measurement of expression levels of thousands of genes, Biolog's Phenotype MicroArray technology allows simultaneous quantitative measurement of thousands of cellular phenotypes," he said.
Under terms of the agreement, researchers at Vanderbilt-Ingram and Vanderbilt University Medical Center will use Affymetrix GeneChip([R]) microarray technology to develop new applications for translational research projects, focusing on disease areas such as cancer and HIV/AIDS.
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The NIEHS established the TRC in November 2001 to serve as the extramural mechanism by which the NCT applies microarray technology.
The company's unique Phenotype MicroArray technology and OmniLog PM Systems can be used in assays of cells of all types, from microbial to mammalian.
Next-Gen Sequencing to Challenge Microarray Technology in the
With a collection of interesting case studies and a hands-on approach, this survey of experimental and data analysis methods and techniques in microarray technology takes the needs of the novice into consideration along with the curiosity of the practitioner in applications research.
Applying Genomic and Proteomic Microarray Technology in Drug Discovery Robert S.