At present, gene expression microarrays allow the evaluation of the expression of thousands of genes simultaneously, thus, providing patterns of gene expression that serve to categorize tumors sharing common characteristics (eg, specific outcome, tumor histology).
What does GX stand for?
GX stands for Gene Expression
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The analysis of gene sequence and gene expression variations allows for the detection of defective genes and polymorphisms associated with specific diseases.
To date, a quantitative fingerprint of gene expression associated with inflammation has not been defined.
Gene expression profiling shows that cells generally respond to toxicant stress by repressing genes that guide cell growth and inducing those that govern DNA repair and other protective functions.
Gene Express offers the most advanced gene expression technology available based on patented technology invented by Gene Express Chief Scientific and Medical Consultant Dr.
The corrected release reads: FEDERAL MICROARRAY QUALITY CONTROL STUDY ADDRESSES INTERCOMPATABILITY OF MICROARRAY GENE EXPRESSION PLATFORMS; RESULTS PAVE THE WAY FOR RESEARCHERS TO CHOOSE PLATFORM BASED ON PERFORMANCE, VALUE, EASE OF USE AND QUALITY OF CONTENT The FDA-led MicroArray Quality Control (MAQC) project findings announced today (http://www.
A new application of an existing computer learning system can improve the use of gene expression profiles to classify toxicants to which an animal has been exposed, according to work published this month by Guido Steiner and colleagues at the pharmaceutical company F.
The TGase I promoter is available through RCT's Gene Expression Technologies (GET) licensing program, which offers systems and components for gene expression at affordable costs.