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DNA Array

A DNA Array is defined as a multiplex technology used in molecular biology. It consists of an arrayed series of thousands of microscopic spots of DNA oligonucleotides, called features, each containing picomoles (10-12 moles) of a specific DNA sequence, known as probes (or reporters). DNA arrays can be used to measure changes in expression levels, to detect single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), or to genotype or resequence mutant genomes.

Andrea Charles

Professor René Bernards, Head of the Division/Group Leader, Molecular Carcinogenesis at The Netherlands Cancer Institute, joins Andrea Charles from Pharma IQ, to discuss current trends in next-generation DNA sequencing in oncology research,...

Contributor: Andrea Charles
Tue, 09/13/2011
Pharma IQ

Professor Ann Logan, Lead Professor, University of Birmingham, joins Helen Winsor Pharma IQ, to discuss next-generation DNA sequencing. Logan reports on her laboratory’s primary research into the role of the intravitreal inflammation in the axon...

Contributor: Pharma IQ
Sun, 12/12/2010
Pharma IQ

Although more than a thousand bacterial genomes have been sequenced, our understanding of bacterial transcriptomes has lagged far behind. Transcript structure, operon linkages, and absolute mRNA abundance information all provide valuable insights...

Contributor: Pharma IQ
Sun, 08/08/2010