By Krishnarao Appasani, Sir E.M. Southern
This booklet offers an built-in selection of well timed articles at the use of bioarray thoughts within the fields of biotechnology and molecular drugs. it's the first booklet to comprehensively combine molecular diagnostics and molecular pathology. This ebook serves as an integral reference for graduate scholars, post-docs, and professors in addition to an explanatory research for executives and scientists in biotechnology and pharmaceutical businesses.
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In contrast, microarray technology (13) has the capacity for assessing multiple samples, thereby generating specific gene expression profiles characteristic of a given tumor class. In short, this technology consists of an ordered collection of DNA fragments (cDNA or oligonucleotides) immobilized on a solid surface. The immobilized sequences represent genes, and each microspot is composed of a single species of sequences. The technology is based on the hybridization between DNA sequences immobilized on the slide and labeled free sequences generated from the mRNA population from a given biological sample.
Bioarrays: From Basics to Diagnostics by Krishnarao Appasani, Sir E.M. Southern