Long oligonucleotide microarrays for African green monkey gene expression profile analysis

  title={Long oligonucleotide microarrays for African green monkey gene expression profile analysis},
  author={B{\'e}atrice Jacquelin and Véronique Mayau and Guillaume Brysbaert and B{\'e}atrice Regnault and O. M. Diop and Fernando Arenzana‐Seisdedos and Lars Rogge and Jean Yves Coppee and Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Arndt Benecke and Michaela M{\"u}ller-Trutwin},
  journal={The FASEB Journal},
  pages={3262 - 3271}
Nonhuman primates, including African green monkey (AGM), are important models for bio‐medical research. The information on monkey genomes is still limited and no versatile gene expression screening tool is available. We tested human whole genome microarrays for cross‐species reactivity with AGM transcripts using both long oligonucleotide arrays (60‐mer probes) and short oligonucleotide arrays (25‐mer). Using the long oligonucleotide arrays, we detected 4‐fold more AGM transcripts than with the… 
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