To include Macroarrays [>300µm] and Microarrays [<200µm] for the base pairing or hybridization for gene identification or expression levels as immobilized oligonucleotides [<100bases] or longer cDNA fragments.
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Subscription only content on microarrays; design, sales, techniques and the data they generate from resource based in New York.
MGED Open Source Projects
Software, ontology and mailing lists for the Microarray Gene Expression Data Society.
MGuide Version 2.0
Illustrated step-by-step assembly instructions to build a microrray. Includes protocols, downloadable documented software and discussion forum at the Brown Lab, Stanford University, CA.
Microarray Gene Expression Data Society
International organization of biologists, computer scientists, and analysts currently focusing on establishing standards for annotation and databases. Includes meeting calendar and links to ontology.
Microarray: How Does it Work?
Interactive flash animation showing the development and use of a DNA microarray developed from zebrafish cDNA.
Speed Berkeley Research Group
Papers, technical reports, presentations, and advice on microarray data analysis with an emphasis on affymetrix arrays.
Stanford Functional Genomics Facility
Resources for gene expression microarrays in model organisms. Offers gene expression analysis support for all academic institutions and non-profit research centers, besides researchers at SFGF, Stanford, CA.
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