Cell-based microarrays: current progress, future prospects.

@article{Palmer2005CellbasedMC,
  title={Cell-based microarrays: current progress, future prospects.},
  author={Ella L Palmer and Tom C. Freeman},
  journal={Pharmacogenomics},
  year={2005},
  volume={6 5},
  pages={
          527-34
        }
}
Cell-based microarrays were first described by Ziauddin and Sabatini in 2001 as a novel method for performing high-throughput screens of gene function. In this study, expression vectors containing the open reading frame of human genes were printed onto glass microscope slides to form a microarray. Transfection reagents were added pre- or post-spotting, and cells grown over the surface of the array. They demonstrated that cells growing in the immediate vicinity of the expression vectors… CONTINUE READING

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