Microarray Information

 
   
Arrays of DNA molecules (oligonucleotides or cDNAs) offer a very high-throughput method for quantitatively measuring transcript abundance levels. A limitation on the number of individual elements that can be placed on the area of a given "chip" array places a premium on efficient construction. This is accomplished by 1) eliminating redundancy (maximizing diversity) and 2) incorporating DNA sequences that are relevant for the biological system under study (e.g. prostate). Using cDNAs derived from assembling a prostate transcriptome, we have constructed customized microarrays representing genes expressed in the mouse prostate. We have also constructed a comparable human prostate microarray.


Clone Information for Mouse Prostate Microarray
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Additional Information for Mouse Prostate Microarray Version 2
 We are currently in the process of adding new clones from our mouse prostate libraries to a second version of the mouse PEDB array. The clones selected have been listed below for your interest.
 
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Supplementary Microarray Data for Manuscripts