Microarray image processing: current status and future directions

@article{Istepanian2003MicroarrayIP,
  title={Microarray image processing: current status and future directions},
  author={Robert S. H. Istepanian},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience},
  year={2003},
  volume={2},
  pages={173-175}
}
COMPLEMENTARY DNA microarray imaging is considered an important tool and powerful technology for large-scale gene sequence and gene expression analysis. DNA microarrays represent a technological intersection between biology and computers that enables gene expression analysis in human on a genome-wide scale. In general, thousands of gene-specific probes are arrayed on a small matrix, such as a glass slide or microchip, and this matrix is probed with labeled nucleic acid synthesized from a tissue… CONTINUE READING

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