|Statement||Dan V. Nicolau, Ramesh Raghavachari, chairs/editors ; 26-28 January 2003, San Jose, California, USA.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
In DNA Microarrays for Biomedical Research: Methods and Protocols, experts explore these now commonly used applications, addressing probe design strategies, fabrication issues and providing practical examples of detailed methods for generation of high quality DNA microarray data. Chapters incorporate information on some of the largest providers of microarray, including Affymetrix, Ilumina and Agilent, and their use on a variety of : Hardcover. The area of microarrays has evolved from genomics, and has been applied to proteomics and single cell studies as well. The applications of microarrays benefit diverse fields ranging from fundamental systems biology to practical diagnostic tests. This book provides a critical analysis of the applications of microarrays in several key areas of bioanalytical research including DNA studies, peptide arrays, . DNA microarray technology has revolutionized research in the past decade. Initially an application for mRNA expression studies, the technology now has spread to other applications such as comparative. DNA microarray technology has revolutionized research in the past decade. Initially an application for mRNA expression studies, the technology now has spread to other applications such as comparative genomic hybridization, SNP and mutation analysis. In DNA Microarrays for Biomedical Research.
This technological - and commercial - success has been since emulated by other applications areas, with a tremendous amplification of innovation. This book describes the fundamentals and latest developments in microarray technology, as well as its future directions. Surface‐bound microarrays of multiple oligo‐ and macromolecules (e.g., peptides, DNA) offer versatile options in biomedical applications like drug screening, DNA analysis, or medical diagnostics. Combinatorial syntheses of these molecules in situ can save significant resources in regard to processing time and material use. Written by expert authors this book is focused on current microarray technologies and their applications in environmental microbiology. In the first chapter microarray technologies and applications are briefly introduced and in following chapters microarray probe design, development and evaluation, and data analysis are described in detail. The microarray technology has been a tremendous advance in molecular-based testing methods for biochemical and biomedical applications. As a result, the immobilization techniques and grafting.
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. from book Microarray Technology: live-cell microarrays for biomedical applications including high-throughput screening tools and microfluidic systems. using combinatorial polymer. In this publication, we present the most common uses of DNA microarray technologies, provide an overview of their frequent biomedical applications, describe the steps of a typical laboratory procedure, guide the reader through the processing of a real experiment to detect differentially expressed genes, and list valuable web-based microarray data and software repositories. Microarrays covers research where microarrays are applied to address complex biological questions. This new open access journal publishes articles where novel applications or state-of-the art technology developments in the field are reported. In addition, novel methods or data analysis algorithms are under the scope of Microarrays. This journal will serve as a platform for fast and efficient.