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Microarrays

Volume I, Synthesis Methods (Methods in Molecular Biology)

by Jang B. Rampal

  • 296 Want to read
  • 23 Currently reading

Published by Humana Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • DNA,
  • Molecular biology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Biochemistry,
  • Life Sciences - Cytology,
  • Life Sciences - Genetics & Genomics,
  • Science / Biotechnology,
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages452
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8828582M
    ISBN 101588295893
    ISBN 109781588295897

    Microarray Analysis Data Analysis Slide 27/42 Performance Comparison of A y Methods Qin et al. (), BMC Bioinfo, 24 RNA samples hybridized to chips and 47File Size: 1MB. History []. The history of microarrays is rather recent. The first array was created in the mid s. It was first called Macro arrays. It was only used to spot DNA probes, but more of it was used for studies of DNA clones, PCR products and oligonucleotides.

    Recently invented methods allow researchers to analyze the expression of thousands of genes simultaneously using DNA microarrays. Coupling these methods with the results from genome sequencing projects allows researchers to analyze the complete transcriptional program of an organism during specific physiological responses or developmental by:   DNA Microarrays introduces all up-to-date microarray platforms and their various applications. It is written for scientists who are entering the field of DNA microarrays as well as those already familiar with the technology, but interested in new applications and Edition: 1st Edition.

    Microarray Technology and Its Applications Biological and Medical Physics Series, ISSN Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering, ISSN Microarray Technology and Its Applications, Dan V. Nicolau: Author: Uwe R. Müller: Editors: Uwe R.. Müller, Uwe R. Müller, Dan V. Nicolau, Miguel Nicolau, Springer-Verlag. Introduction to Microarray Technology Presenter: Email: Phone: Help: Wayne Xu, PhD Computational Genomics Consultant Supercomputing Institute [email protected] .


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Hats off to Dr. Mark Schena!/5(8). As the author explains in the Preface, the book is intended to serve both the statistician who knows very little about DNA microarrays and the biologist who has no expertise in data analysis. The author lays out a study plan for the statistician that excludes 5 of the 17 chapters ().Cited by: This article provides a complete guide to DNA microarray.

Introduction: A DNA microarray (also commonly known as gene or genome chip, DNA chip, or gene array) is a collection of microscopic DNA spots, commonly representing single genes, arrayed on a solid surface by covalent attachment to chemically suitable matrices.

DNA arrays are different from other types of microarray, only in that they. Microarrays is Microarrays book invaluable laboratory manual for anyone conducting experiments in the field of molecular biology or medical biochemistry who needs to understand and use microarray technologies.

These technologies are especially appropriate in genome analysis, diagnostics, and studies involving differential gene expression. Providing straightforward explanations, the authors demonstrate.

With contributions from microarray experts in both academia and industry, Microarray Methods and Protocols is a turn-by-turn roadmap through the processes necessary to perform a successful microarray experiment. This easy to Microarrays book book addresses the fundamental aspects of preparing and processing microarrays and bead arrays, labeling, and detection.

Microarrays can also be used to study the extent to which certain genes are turned on or off in cells and tissues. In this case, instead of isolating DNA from the samples, RNA (which is a transcript of the DNA) is isolated and measured. Today, DNA microarrays are used in.

The development and use of microarrays are expanding rapidly, making it difficult to find comprehensive sources of information about them.

This all-language literature survey categorizes and lists papers, abstracts, reviews, books, and patents on the topic of Cited by: Microarrays have a major impact on molecular biology. Microarray technology aims to monitor the whole genome on a single chip so that researchers can have a better picture of the interactions among thousands of genes simultaneously.

This is a directory of Microarrays techniques, Microarrays protocols, Microarrays troubleshooting, Microarrays links. from book Omics Technology DNA microarrays are the modern, parallel version of classic molecular biology hybridization techniques allowing the monitoring the expression of thousands of genes.

Although true for most of this book, the information in Chap unfortunately, is virtually unchanged from that found in Chapter 5 of DNA Microarrays: A Practical Approach.

In particular, with only minor changes, the majority of figures, the table, and the incorporation example are virtually identical to the material published 2 years : Theodore E.

Mifflin. Microarrays A microarray is a pattern of ssDNA probes which are immobilized on a surface (called a chip or a slide). The probe sequences are designed and placed on an array in a regular pattern of spots. The chip or slide is usually made of glass or nylon and is manufactured using technologies developed for silicon computer Size: KB.

"This book is a valuable and useful one stop source of information on microarrays for microbial community analysis and is recommended for anyone working on microbial communities, biofilms or environmental microbiology." from Fungal Diversity.

This easy to use book addresses the fundamental aspects of preparing and processing microarrays and bead arrays, labeling, and detection.

It also includes a detailed How it Works section that discusses the underlying principles of a number of techniques. Troubleshooting guides offer additional advice for the successful performance of more than. The book also describes technical and statistical methods conceptually with illustrative, full-color examples, enabling those inexperienced with gene expression studies to grasp the basic principles.

Gene Expression Studies Using Affymetrix Microarrays provides novices with a detailed, yet focused introductory course and practical user guide. This book is the first of its kind in the field of protein microarrays and addresses novel strategies for constructing highly functional and biocompatible microarrays for screening proteins.

The list of authors consisting of world leading experts provide a roadmap for solving the complex challenges that are currently faced while monitoring. Microarray Technology, Volumes 1 and 2, present information in designing and fabricating arrays and binding studies with biological analytes while providing the reader with a broad description of microarray technology tools and their potential applications.

The first volume deals with methods and. This book dedicates itself to microarrays with clear and understandable explanations and an overview of the presently available hardware, biochips and software.

Separate chapters cover the different requirements for DNA and protein chips as well as spotters and scanners.\/span>\"@ en\/a>. Microarray technology is a powerful tool for the simultaneous analysis of the expression of thousands of genes in tissues, organs, or cells.

DNA sequence information encoding RNA for specific genes is physically printed onto microarray ‘chips,’ thus allowing measurement of the abundance of each RNA molecule in a biological sample. Microarray helps in analyzing large amount of samples which have either been recorded previously or new samples; it even helps to test the incidence of a particular marker in tumors.

Till recently, microarray's usage in dentistry has been very limited, but in future, as the technology becomes affordable, there may be increase in its by: Satomi Miwa, Alan Cohen, in Handbook of Models for Human Aging, Microarray Analysis.

Microarray analysis is a method that makes use of gene chips to which thousands of different mRNAs can bind and be quantified. By using such chips to quantify mRNA levels in different tissues or in individuals under different treatments, tens or hundreds of specific genes which vary in relation to the.

Microarrays: /ch DNA microarrays detect patterns of gene expression, therefore they can be used for acquiring such “images” and the induction of conclusions on cell state (Diehn, Alizadeh, & Brown, ). cDNA microarrays have been used for a plethora of experiments: virtually any property of a DNA sequence which can be experimentally modified, may be.1 Introduction to DNA Microarrays.

Gene Expression is Detected by Hybridization Like strings of text in a book, the sequences that make up a strand of DNA have directionality such that information can be encoded in a given direction.

The amount of DNA, and File Size: 1MB.Get this from a library! Microarrays. [Jang B Rampal;] -- Presents information in designing and fabricating arrays and binding studies with biological analytes while providing the reader with a broad description of microarray technology tools and their.