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arrayer

(əˈreɪə)
n
a person who arrays
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Urinary proteins were spotted on the surface of an epoxy modified glass slide using a Smart Arrayer 48 (Capital Bio Corp.
El tissue arrayer consta de dos agujas de distintos calibre con las que se realiza el troqueleado de los bloques.
13) A Beecher Instruments Manual Tissue Arrayer (Sun Prairie, Wisconsin) was used to prepare tissue cores from selected regions of archival tissue blocks.
Contract notice: Public market of supply: acquisition of a protein arrayer
Pure tumor areas from the primary Gleason grade were punched with use of the manual tissue arrayer (Beecher Instruments Tissue Microarray Technologies), creating cores 0.
Tissue microarrays (TMA) were constructed using a tissue arrayer (Beecher Instruments, Silver Spring, MD).
I had collected my samples prior to my arrival and planned on extracting RNA and running it through the arrayer to get some results--a seemingly two-step process.
The PCR products were purified by ethanol precipitation followed by re-suspension in 15 [micro]l of spotting solution (GenoCheck, Korea) and spotting onto a CMT-GAPS II glass slide (Corning; Corning, NY, USA) with a pixsys 5500 arrayer (Cartesian Technologies, Irvine, CA, USA) using Stealth Micro spotting pins.
Already, they've raised enough to buy a tissue arrayer, the first in the UK to be used by Glasgow University and the Western Infirmary.
Edinburgh, UK-based Arrayjet has sold its first Sprint micro arrayer, which will be installed at the BNC (Bio Nano Centre), a joint venture of University College London and Imperial College London.
Composer, arrayer, and guitarist Gustavo Mozzi is a young Buenos Aires-based artist whose recent albums signal a new direction in the stylistic evolution of tango, milonga, murga and other indigenous Argentine music idioms.
TTP sells the comPOUND storage system, the comPILER store-to-plate system and the comPANION remote arrayer.