Establishment of cDNA microarray analysis at the Genomic Medicine Research Core Laboratory (GMRCL) of Chang Gung Memorial Hospital.

@article{Wang2004EstablishmentOC,
  title={Establishment of cDNA microarray analysis at the Genomic Medicine Research Core Laboratory (GMRCL) of Chang Gung Memorial Hospital.},
  author={Tzu-Hao Wang and Yun-Shien Lee and En-Shih Chen and Wei-Hsiang Kong and L Chen and D. Hsueh and Min-Li Wei and H S Wang and Ying-Shiung Lee},
  journal={Chang Gung medical journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={243-60}
}
BACKGROUND Advances in molecular and computational biology have led to the development of powerful, high-throughput methods for analysis of differential gene expression, which are opening up new opportunities in genomic medicine. DNA microarray technology has been enthusiastically integrated into basic biomedical research and will eventually become a molecular monitoring tool for various clinical courses. METHODS As a core research facility of Chang Gung University (CGU) and Chang Gung… CONTINUE READING

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