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Array-A-Lizer: A serial DNA microarray quality analyzer

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Array-A-Lizer: A serial DNA microarray quality analyzer
Background: The proliferate nature of DNA microarray results have made it necessary to implement a uniform and quick quality control of experimental results to ensure the consistency of data across multiple experiments prior to actual data analysis. Results: Array-A-Lizer is a small and convenient stand-alone tool providing the necessary initial analysis of hybridization quality of an unlimited number of microarray experiments. The experiments are analyzed for even hybridization across the slide and between fluorescent dyes in two-color experiments in spotted DNA microarrays. Conclusions: Array-A-Lizer allows the expedient determination of the quality of multiple DNA microarray experiments allowing for a rapid initial screening of results before progressing to further data analysis. Array-A-Lizer is directed towards speed and ease-of-use allowing both the expert and non-expert microarray researcher to rapidly assess the quality of multiple microarray hybridizations. Array-A-Lizer is a...
Andreas Petri, Jan Fleckner, Mads Wichmann Matthie
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Type Journal
Year 2004
Where BMCBI
Authors Andreas Petri, Jan Fleckner, Mads Wichmann Matthiessen
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