DNA microarray

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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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In gene chip technology, Hyseq, with its partner The Perkin-Elmer Corporation, (to be known as the PE Corporation, effective May 5, 1999) offers the only universal sequencing chip through their HyChip(TM) Early Access Program.
In gene chip technology, Hyseq, with its partner, PE Corporation (formerly known as The Perkin-Elmer Corporation) offers the only universal sequencing chip through their HyChip(TM) Early Access Program.
Schweizer and LeCocq to our Board, we are adding tremendous scientific and corporate experience to assist in the product development of our increasing portfolio of novel gene discovery and gene chip technology," said Dr.
In gene chip technology, Hyseq, with its partner The Perkin-Elmer Corporation, offers the only universal sequencing chip through their HyChip(TM) Early Access Program.
In gene chip technology, Hyseq, with its partner, The Perkin-Elmer Corporation, offers the only universal sequencing chip through their HyChip(TM) Early Access Program.
Gene expression data was analyzed using gene chip technology that enabled the investigators to detect changes in the expression of more than 30,000 genes.