Chip Technology by Jörg HoheiselChip Technology by Jörg Hoheisel

Chip Technology

byJörg Hoheisel

Paperback | October 3, 2013

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DNA-chip analysis has come a long way since the first conference in Moscow in 1991. Nowadays, DNA-microarrays seem to be a common commodity in biological sciences. The complexity hidden behind the apparent ease of such studies, however, is highlighted by the fact that it took about ten years before the methodology really set off. Also, on closer scrutiny, one realises that some problems still remain. Nevertheless, microarrays produce data on a scale beyond imagination a few years ago. The authors of the book took part in bringing this about. They are well-known experts in the field, many - like Edwin Southern, Hans Lehrach, Radoje Drmanac, Pavel Pevzner and Charles Cantor - have been actively pursuing array technology for more than a decade. They demonstrate the continuous development in both technology and application areas and elucidate on critical points that need to be considered when performing microarray analyses.
Title:Chip TechnologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:156 pagesPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3662146444

ISBN - 13:9783662146446

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Table of Contents

Combinatorial Algorithms for Design of DNA Arrays.- High-Density GeneChip Oligonucleotide Probe Arrays.- Oligonucleotide Scanning Arrays: Application to High-Throughput Screening for Effective Antisense Reagents and the Study of Nucleic Acid Interactions.- The Use of MassARRAY Technology for High Throughput Genotyping.- Sequencing by Hybridization (SBH): Advantages, Achievements, and Opportunities.- Protein Array Technology: The Tool to Bridge Genomics and Proteomics.- Microarray Data Representation, Annotation and Storage.