4 edition of DNA Microarrays found in the catalog.
October 16, 2001
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||140|
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. DNA Microarrays, Paperback by Nuber, Ulrike A. (EDT), ISBN , ISBN , Brand New, Free shipping in the US For advanced undergraduates, graduate students, and research scientists, Nuber (human molecular genetics, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, Germany) compiles 22 chapters that discuss DNA microarrays made up of immobilized DNA molecules, and their.
"DNA Microarrays introduces the reader to the different types of DNA microarrays and their various applications. Furthermore, several data analysis methods are described. It is written for scientists who are entering the field of DNA microarrays as well as for those already familiar with the technology but interested in new applications and. There are several synonyms of DNA microarrays such as DNA chips, gene chips, DNA arrays, gene arrays and biochips. [Ref: Presscot (Book for Microbiology), ] History: Microarray technology evolved from Southern blotting, where fragmented DNA is attached to a substrate and then probed with a known DNA sequence.
Get this from a library! DNA microarrays. [Mark Schena;] -- Covers the very latest in DNA microarray technology, with a clear focus on how these techniques can be used in the lab to gain the very best results. The authors are from some of the leading. BASIC CONCEPTS OF MICROARRAYS. Microarrays can be distinguished based upon characteristics such as the nature of the probe, the solid-surface support used, and the specific method used for probe addressing and/or target detection ().Below, we review the methodologies of printed and in situ-synthesized microarrays, high-density bead arrays, and electronic and suspension bead Cited by:
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This Web site augments the content of DNA Microarrays: A Molecular Cloning Manual and includes. an expansion of the material found in the print edition of Appendix 1, Generation of Full-length Libraries by Piero Carninci.
references linked to Medline. links to other databases of value to working scientists. This book provides an excellent overview of various methods in DNA microarray analysis. It explains most of the theories behind the algorithms, so that you know why the analyses are done in certain way.
In fact, I find I get more insights from the book as compare to the research papers which tend to be brief. This contribution alone, makes the book a must read to prepare for the microarray revolution in medicine, agriculture, ecology and bio-threat detection.
Strongly recommended reading for anyone seriously interested in Microarrays, be they students, professors expanding their horizons or CEO's hoping to mine microarrays.
Hats off to Dr. Mark Schena!/5(8). Roderic Guigó, in Handbook of Systems Biology, DNA Microarrays. DNA microarrays (or DNA chips) have been the most commonly used technique during the last two decades to globally monitor cellular abundances of transcript species.
A DNA microarray is a collection of microscopic DNA spots attached to a solid surface. Each DNA spot contains many thousands of copies of a specific DNA. The book is intentionally devoted to very technical and experimental aspects of DNA microarrays. It comes at a time when the foundations, the concepts, and the fundamental aspects of the microarray technology have been reviewed in many articles and in two supplements to Nature Genetics (in andrespectively) but when a guide to Cited by: 2.
In book: Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, pp Microarrays, DNA chip, Gene chip. 2 to ZT6 with normal or fat diet.
Tumor gene expression profiling was determined with DNA. 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. Book Description. 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 methods. A microarray is a multiplex is a two-dimensional array on a solid substrate (usually a glass slide or silicon thin-film cell) that assays (tests) large amounts of biological material using high-throughput screening miniaturized, multiplexed and parallel processing and detection methods.
The concept and methodology of microarrays was first introduced and illustrated in antibody. DNA Microarrays: A Practical Approach is the first comprehensive overview of an exciting and powerful new technology. DNA microarrays, or biochips, are small glass chips embedded with ordered rows of DNA, providing a massive parallel platform for data gathering and representing a fundamental technical advance in biomedical research.
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. DNA microarrays consist of thousands of individual gene sequences bound to closely spaced regions on the surface of a glass microscope slide. Two methods have been developed for preparing DNA microarrays.
In one method, an ≈1-kb portion of the coding region of each gene analyzed is individually amplified by by: 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.
DNA Microarrays: Methods Express covers the very latest in DNA microarray technology, with a clear focus on how these techniques can be used in the lab to gain the very best results.
The authors are from some of the leading laboratories in the field and write with real authority on the latest : $ 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. DNA Microarrays: A Practical Approach. Several workers who have made substantial advances in DNA microarrays contributed to this chapter book.
Its major theme is providing practical information (some in a recipe format) that illustrates how to perform DNA microarray : Theodore E. Mifflin. DNA microarrays, along with high-throughput RNAi screens, are the first fruits of the "functional genomics" movement available to C.
elegans researchers. By immobilizing miniaturized DNA probes that span the genome, DNA microarrays allow the rapid and economical—at least when compared with perform Northern blots—assessment of the level of expression of essentially every C.
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.
DNA Microarrays and Related Genomics Techniques: Design, Analysis, and Interpretation of Experiments consolidates discussions of methodological advances into a single volume. The book’s structure parallels the steps an investigator or an analyst takes when conducting and analyzing a microarray experiment from conception to interpretation.
See also DNA Chip Revolution, Microarrays and Expression Profiling in Cancer, Microarrays and Single Nucleotide Polymorphism (SNP) Genotyping, and Microarrays: Use in Mutation Detection In addition to a general miniaturization, the shift in array format from the porous nylon or nitrocellulose to solid surfaces such as glass or plastic brought.
DNA Microarrays and Gene Expression - by Pierre Baldi September This method, gene expression profiling, is the major topic of this book. In its most simple sense, a DNA array is defined as an orderly arrangement of tens to hundreds of thousands of unique DNA molecules (probes) of .DNA Microarrays: Methods Express covers the very latest in DNA microarray technology, with a clear focus on how these techniques can be used in the lab to gain the very best results.
The authors are from some of the leading laboratories in the field and write with real authority on the latest methodology. Every chapter provides detailed step-by-step protocols with valuable hints and tips for.Microarray Technology and Its Applications Biological and Medical Physics Series, ISSN Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering, ISSN