Matthew P Rounseville

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Gene expression profiling (GEP) has identified genes whose expression levels predict patient survival in diffuse large-B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL). Such discovery techniques generally require frozen samples unavailable for most patients. We developed a quantitative nuclease protection assay to measure expression levels of prognostic DLBCL genes using(More)
The principles and performance are described for the ArrayPlate mRNA assay, a multiplexed mRNA assay for high-throughput and high-content screening and drug development. THP-1 monocytes grown and subjected to compound treatments in 96-well plates were subjected to a multiplexed nuclease protection assay in situ. The nuclease protection assay destroyed all(More)
A hallmark of small cell lung carcinoma (SCLC) is the expression of autocrine growth factors such as neurotensin and gastrin-releasing peptide, which bind to cellular receptors and stimulate cell division. The biological activity of autocrine growth factors requires the concurrent expression of prohormone convertases that cleave the growth factors to their(More)
The quantitative nuclease protection assay (qNPA) is a very simple and highly sensitive method for measuring mRNA transcripts, can be used on a variety of sample types, and is amenable to high-throughput sample processing. We have combined the power of the qNPA assay with the density of a DNA microarray to create a qNPA Microarray platform. This platform is(More)
Drugs which act upon central dopamine receptors alter the level, mRNA expression and in vitro degradation of neuropeptides associated with dopamine neuron regulation. Changes in the degradation of certain neuropeptides are correlated with significant alterations in the activity of specific neuropeptidases, namely aminopeptidase N (APN) and neutral(More)
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