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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which is creating minimally-invasive spinal disc implants to ease lower back pain; Integral Molecular, which is developing technology to simplify drug discovery for important classes of proteins; MacroArray Technologies, Inc.
With the use of biotinylated primers, an inhouse macroarray was developed and used to identify mutations associated with isoniazid resistance in the genes inhA, katG, and ahpC (24).
The test was developed by MacroArray Technologies, Inc.
MacroArray Technologies, LLC, one of five diagnostic companies collaborating with GTx on the development of a diagnostic test for high grade PIN, announced at the 2006 annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research that it has identified the ABCA5 protein as a selective molecular marker for high grade PIN.
Macroarray analysis of coelomocyte gene expression in response to LPS in the sea urchin: identification of unexpected immune diversity in an invertebrate.
After 48 h of incubation, cellular mRNAs were extracted and analyzed by inflammation-specific macroarray.
SwitchGear functional macroarray incorporates Promega luciferase technology
For detection of the CCHFV genome, a commercial real-time RT-PCR (Altona-Diagnostics, Hamburg, Germany) and a low-cost, low-density macroarray (26) were used.
Gene expression profiling of coccolith-bearing cells and naked cells in haptophyte Pleurochrysis haptonemofera with a cDNA macroarray system.
Use of PCR and reverse line blot hybridization macroarray based on 16S-23S rRNA gene internal transcribed spacer sequences for rapid identification of 34 Mycobacterium species.