Making and using spotted DNA microarrays in an academic core laboratory.

@article{Hager2006MakingAU,
  title={Making and using spotted DNA microarrays in an academic core laboratory.},
  author={Janet Hager},
  journal={Methods in enzymology},
  year={2006},
  volume={410},
  pages={
          135-68
        }
}
Since its major launch into academia in the mid-1990s, spotted DNA microarray technology has expanded and matured into an important mainstream tool for genomic-scale gene expression studies across many species with many applications. Based on the principles of enzymatic nucleic acid labeling and DNA hybridization, the basic techniques were initially developed and disseminated by Patrick Brown's laboratory at Stanford and by others using "open source" approaches to techniques and instrumentation… CONTINUE READING
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