Benchmarking the CATMA microarray. A novel tool for Arabidopsis transcriptome analysis.

@article{Allemeersch2005BenchmarkingTC,
  title={Benchmarking the CATMA microarray. A novel tool for Arabidopsis transcriptome analysis.},
  author={Joke Allemeersch and Steffen Durinck and Rudy Vanderhaeghen and Philippe Alard and R. F. Maes and Kurt Seeuws and Tom Bogaert and Kathleen Coddens and Kirsten Deschouwer and Paul van Hummelen and Marnik Vuylsteke and Yves Moreau and Jeroen Kwekkeboom and Andr{\'e} H. M. Wijfjes and Sean McLaughlin May and Jim Beynon and Pierre Hilson and Martin T. R. Kuiper},
  journal={Plant physiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={137 2},
  pages={588-601}
}
Transcript profiling is crucial to study biological systems, and various platforms have been implemented to survey mRNAs at the genome scale. We have assessed the performance of the CATMA microarray designed for Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) transcriptome analysis and compared it with the Agilent and Affymetrix commercial platforms. The CATMA array consists of gene-specific sequence tags of 150 to 500 bp, the Agilent (Arabidopsis 2) array of 60mer oligonucleotides, and the Affymetrix gene… CONTINUE READING
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