macroarray

macroarray

An inexpensive variation of a microarray—a two-dimensional grid or array deployed on a glass slide or silicon wafer—in which the spots of cells or biomolecules confined to a particular co-ordinate on the grid measure about 1 mm in diameter (in contrast to the 250µ-diameter spots on a microarray).
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The transcription of inflammatory genes was analyzed 48 h later with an inflammation-specific macroarray.
Macroarray analysis of coelomocyte gene expression in response to LPS in the sea urchin: identification of unexpected immune diversity in an invertebrate.
The conventional 96-well microplate exemplifies a macroarray of reaction vessels and can be traced back to the work of Takatsky in 1951, who created a prototype microplate by machining an array of 6 rows of 12 wells into a piece of plastic [Lucite (polymethyl methacrylate)] (20).
A new liver metastatic and peritoneal dissemination model established from the same human pancreatic cancer cell line: analysis using cdna macroarray.
Isolation and characterization of genes associated to cotton somatic embryogenesis by suppression subtractive hybridization and macroarray.
We used a commercial macroarray in conjunction with quantitative polymerase chain reaction to examine gene expression in fish in relation to exposure to these environmentally relevant doses of MeHg.
SSH cDNA library construction and macroarray preparation from wheat challenged by Erysiphe graminis DC.
The macroarray hybridization spoligotyping assigned both strains to spoligotype SIT266.
Gene expression profiling of coccolith-bearing cells and naked cells in haptophyte Pleurochrysis haptonemofera with a cDNA macroarray system.
The Randox Evidence Biochip Array system can perform miniaturized multiplexed immunoassays in a macroarray format containing 25 features, with chemiluminescence used as readout.