DNA Microarray Data Analysis

@inproceedings{Moerland2008DNAMD,
  title={DNA Microarray Data Analysis},
  author={Perry D. Moerland},
  year={2008}
}
A DNA microarray consists of a solid surface – which can be a glass slide, a nylon filter, or a quartz wafer – on which single strands of complementary DNA (cDNA) are immobilized on spots at fixed locations in a regular, often rectangular pattern (Figure 1). The number of spotted cDNA probes on a single array varies between a few hundred to over 30,000. Each spot is related to a single gene, although multiple spots can represent the same gene. From a sample of interest, the mRNA is then… CONTINUE READING
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