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DNA mi·cro·array

 (mī′krō-ə-rā′)
n.
An orderly arrangement of DNA sequences on a small solid support, usually a membrane or glass slide, used to quickly survey the simultaneous expression of many genes. Also called DNA chip.
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Seeman says that the creation of this device enhances his earlier work-a single nanorobotic arm he completed in 2006, marking the first time any scientist had been able to employ a functional nanotechnology device within a DNA array.
The procedure is as follows: blood samples are shipped to a central laboratory, where DNA is analyzed with the first CE-marked (approved for sale in the European Community) DNA array for in vitro diagnosis in Europe.
The assay combines the specificity obtained by enzymatically labeling DNA probes with the potential for detecting several targets simultaneously by using DNA array hybridization.
Marina Del Rey, CA; 310-306-9310), a leading developer of software solutions for microarray research, was granted United States Patent 6,349,144 for Automated DNA Array Segmentation and Analysis.
Towards an innovative DNA array technology for detection of pharmaceuticals in reclaimed water.
The purposes of the present study, therefore, were to develop a DNA array to identify new FH patients in the Spanish population who carry known LDLR mutations; to evaluate the specificity and sensitivity of the array, using previously genotyped DNA samples; and to determine the performance of the FH array in large-scale population screening studies.
San Diego, CA 8/19/04--Illumina and Applera have settled two lawsuits stemming from a November 1999 joint development agreement to develop, manufacture and market high-throughput DNA array systems (see IBO 11/15/99) based on Illumina's BeadArray technology and the ZipCode chemistries of Applied Biosystems.
We were able to enrich Neandertal protein-coding regions where differences occurred on the human evolutionary lineage up to 190,000-fold using Agilent DNA array capture technology," said Hernan Burbano of the MPI, one of the lead authors.
We present an electrochemical DNA array for the simultaneous genotyping of four SNPs (MxA-88, MxA-123, MBLX/Y, and MBLA/B) using target DNA prepared from blood samples of HCV patients.
Santa Clara, CA; 408-731-5000) says it purchased a license to the Southern DNA array patents owned by Oxford Gene Technology (Oxford, United Kingdom; 44-171-496-3300).
Key Technology Segments By Software and Vendors View T1-1 DNA Array Analysis T1-2 Next Generation Sequecing T1-3 Epigenetics Analysis T1-4 Proteomics T1-5 Cell-Based Analysis T1-6 RNAi Analysis T1-7 Molecular Diagnostics & Testing T1-8 Genetic Biomarker R&D T1-9 R&D Data Integration T1-10 R&D Knowledge Management & Collaboration T1-11 Others: R&D WorkFlow; LIMS; ELNs, etc.