Microarray Gridding by Mathematical Morphology

@inproceedings{Hirata2001MicroarrayGB,
  title={Microarray Gridding by Mathematical Morphology},
  author={Roberto Hirata and Junior Barrera and Ronaldo Fumio Hashimoto and Daniel O. Dantas},
  booktitle={SIBGRAPI},
  year={2001}
}
DNA chips (i.e., microarrays) biotechnology is a hybridization (i.e., DNA matching) based process that makes possible to quantify the relative abundance of mRNA from two distinct samples by analysing their fluorescence signals. This technique requires robotic placement (i.e., spotting) of thousands of cDNAs (i.e., complementary DNA) in an array format on glass microscope slides which provide gene-specific hybridization targets. The two different samples of mRNA, usually labeled with Cy3 and Cy5… CONTINUE READING
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