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DNA microarrays (DNA chips) are widely used to perform a large number of DNA hybridization experiments in parallel. Current microarrays allow studying up to 1 million different locations in human genome at the same time - in one experiment. Microarrays are widely used in studying mRNA (transcriptome), genomic DNA (genome), protein-DNA interactions (interactome) and for many other large scale studies.

 

Introduction to Microarray
Christensen K. DNA Microarray Procedure - animated video
DNA Microarray Technology / National Human Genome Research Institute
Genome Research Institute GeneChip® Microarrays- Teacher’s Guide / Affymetrix, Inc
Buhler J. Anatomy of a Comparative Gene Expression Study
Campbell A. M. DNA Microarray Methodology - Flash Animation / Department of Biology, Davidson College, Davidson

 

Source: www.mosbio.eu