HiSpOD: probe design for functional DNA microarrays

@article{DugatBony2011HiSpODPD,
  title={HiSpOD: probe design for functional DNA microarrays},
  author={Eric Dugat-Bony and Mohieddine Missaoui and Eric Peyretaillade and Corinne Biderre and Ourdia Bouzid and Christophe Gouinaud and David R. C. Hill and Pierre Peyret},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2011},
  volume={27 5},
  pages={
          641-8
        }
}
MOTIVATION The use of DNA microarrays allows the monitoring of the extreme microbial diversity encountered in complex samples like environmental ones as well as that of their functional capacities. However, no probe design software currently available is adapted to easily design efficient and explorative probes for functional gene arrays. RESULTS We present a new efficient functional microarray probe design algorithm called HiSpOD (High Specific Oligo Design). This uses individual nucleic… CONTINUE READING

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