DNA chip


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Synonyms for DNA chip

a microchip that holds DNA probes that form half of the DNA double helix and can recognize DNA from samples being tested

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DNA chip is used for gene expression analysis, which has the advantage of analyzing the function of whole set of genes (expression).
The DNA chip consists of a set of probes which can contain DNA sequences.
Christofer Toumazou`s DNA chip can detect hereditary mutations such as diabetes, neural diseases, metabolic diseases etc.
Finding out if a fish is healthy is a problem for biologists and farmers, but it seems that by studying the genes of Atlantic salmon, scientists from three UK universities including Cardiff, are developing a DNA chip to monitor the health and performance of salmon.
Daiichi Pure Chemicals, Toshiba plan DNA chip diagnostics for cancer
Tokyo, Japan, June 5, 2006 - (JCN) - DNA Chip Research has developed 3D-Gene Yeast Oligo chip 6k, a high-sensitivity DNA chip for research purposes, in collaboration with Toray Industries, and has begun shipping it.
Klein, head of urologic oncology at the Glickman Urological Institute of the Cleveland Clinic, and his colleagues at the University of California, San Francisco, used DNA chip technology to screen prostate tumor samples from 86 men who had undergone radical prostatectomy.
A DNA chip, or DNA microarray, is a small glass slide that can reveal the presence or absence of particular DNA sequences in a sample.
Using the PathAlert multiplex-PCR kits with the Agilent 2100 bioanalyzer and DNA chip and reagent kits, users can monitor DNA targets and controls simultaneously without the constraints imposed by conventional real-time PCR.
The IFSCC Best Poster award, going to Thomas Doering, Olaf Holtkotter, Claudia Jassoy, Dirk Petersohn, Armin Wadle and Marianne Waldmann-Laue of Henkel KGaA, Germany, for their poster "Cutaneous restructuration by phytohormones: from DNA chip analysis to morphological alterations.
Common fluorescent detection systems utilize excitation light that arrives at the face of a DNA chip at an angle, which requires a greater working distance.
These challenges may now become obsolete with the FoodExpert-ID, which is the first high-density, multi-detection DNA chip for animal feed and food testing.
The premier toxicogenomic tools now are the DNA microarray, also called the DNA chip, which is used for the simultaneous monitoring of gene expression levels, sometimes a hundred to a thousand at a time.
A DNA chip is a small device on which several thousand DNA pieces of known sequence are attached in regular arrays.
said Thursday it has developed a DNA chip that can improve the treatment of hepatitis C by determining the effectiveness of interferon in fighting the liver disease.