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Chip Technology

  • Jörg Hoheisel
  • A. Brazma
  • K. Büssow
  • C. R. Cantor
  • F. C. Christians
  • G. Chui
  • R. Diaz
  • R. Drmanac
  • S. Drmanac
  • H. Eickhoff
  • K. Fellenberg
  • S. Hannenhalli
  • J. Hoheisel
  • A. Hou
  • E. Hubbell
  • H. Jin
  • P. Jin
  • C. Jurinke
  • Z. Konthur
  • H. Köster
  • S. Kwon
  • S. Lacy
  • H. Lehrach
  • R. Lipshutz
  • D. Little
  • A. Lueking
  • G. H. McGall
  • B. Moeur
  • E. Nordhoff
  • L. Nyarsik
  • P. A. Pevzner
  • A. Robinson
  • U. Sarkans
  • J. Shafto
  • M. Sohail
  • E. M. Southern
  • D. Swanson
  • T. Ukrainczyk
  • D. van den Boom
  • J. Vilo
  • M. Vingron
  • G. Walter
  • C. Xu

Part of the Advances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology book series (ABE, volume 77)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XI
  2. Sridhar Hannenhalli, Earl Hubbell, Robert Lipshutz, Pavel A. Pevzner
    Pages 1-19
  3. Glenn H. McGall, Fred C. Christians
    Pages 21-42
  4. Christian Jurinke, Dirk van den Boom, Charles R. Cantor, Hubert Köster
    Pages 57-74
  5. Radoje Drmanac, Snezana Drmanac, Gloria Chui, Robert Diaz, Aaron Hou, Hui Jin et al.
    Pages 75-101
  6. Holger Eickhoff, Zoltán Konthur, Angelika Lueking, Hans Lehrach, Gerald Walter, Eckhard Nordhoff et al.
    Pages 103-112
  7. Alvis Brazma, Ugis Sarkans, Alan Robinson, Jaak Vilo, Martin Vingron, Jörg Hoheisel et al.
    Pages 113-139
  8. Back Matter
    Pages 141-156

About this book

Introduction

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.

Keywords

Angewandte Mikrobiologie Applied Microbiology Biochips Biotechnologie Biotechnology Chip Technology Chiptechnologie Microarray design integrated circuit single-electron transistor static-induction transistor

Editors and affiliations

  • Jörg Hoheisel
    • 1
  • A. Brazma
  • K. Büssow
  • C. R. Cantor
  • F. C. Christians
  • G. Chui
  • R. Diaz
  • R. Drmanac
  • S. Drmanac
  • H. Eickhoff
  • K. Fellenberg
  • S. Hannenhalli
  • J. Hoheisel
  • A. Hou
  • E. Hubbell
  • H. Jin
  • P. Jin
  • C. Jurinke
  • Z. Konthur
  • H. Köster
  • S. Kwon
  • S. Lacy
  • H. Lehrach
  • R. Lipshutz
  • D. Little
  • A. Lueking
  • G. H. McGall
  • B. Moeur
  • E. Nordhoff
  • L. Nyarsik
  • P. A. Pevzner
  • A. Robinson
  • U. Sarkans
  • J. Shafto
  • M. Sohail
  • E. M. Southern
  • D. Swanson
  • T. Ukrainczyk
  • D. van den Boom
  • J. Vilo
  • M. Vingron
  • G. Walter
  • C. Xu
  1. 1.Functional Genome AnalysisDeutsches KrebsforschungszentrumHeidelbergGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-45713-5
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2002
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-43215-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-540-45713-8
  • Series Print ISSN 0724-6145
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