Reference : DNA (Diagnostic) and cDNA Microarray
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DNA (Diagnostic) and cDNA Microarray
Rantala-Yilinen, Anne []
Sivonen, Kaarina []
Wilmotte, Annick mailto [Université de Liège > Département des sciences de la vie > Physiologie et génétique bactériennes >]
This edition first published 2017
Molecular Tools for the Detection and Quantification of Toxigenic Cyanobacteria
[en] Outils moléculaires pour la détection et quantification des cyanobactéries toxigéniques
Kurmayer, Rainer
Sivonen, Kaarina
Wilmotte, Annick mailto
Salmaso, Nico
John Wiley and sons LTD
[en] DNA microarray ; DNA chip ; identification ; cyanobacteria
[en] Diagnostic microarrays have been used to study cyanobacterial diversity in environmental
samples. They usually include sequences (probes) for only one or a few genes allowing
a number of genera/species to be detected. In contrast, cDNA microarrays are used for
screening genome-wide changes in gene expression and include probes for all or most genes
in one strain . The purpose of this sub-chapter is to introduce the principle
of a diagnostic microarray (= DNA chip) that uses a ligation detection reaction (LDR) and
universal microarray to simultaneously detect and identify all potential
microcystin and nodularin producers present in a sample. This is especially useful when monitoring environmental samples that can contain
many cyanobacterial genera, including toxin-producing strains.
Centre d'Ingénierie des Protéines - CIP
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