Gene expression analysis


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NAME

Gene expression analysis

DESCRIPTION

Gene expression analysis is the study of gene products by imaging, amplification, probe hybridization or sequencing-based detection methods.

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168 skos:definition Protein array analysis is a technique by which proteins spotted in defined locations on a solid support (a protein microarray, or protein chip) are probed for interactions with a probe molecule in a high-throughput, parallel manner. Protein array analysis is used to screen protein function, drug discovery, biomarker discovery, expression profiling and antibody analysis.
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178 skos:definition Reporter genes are genes that enable the detection or measurement of gene expression. They can be fused to regulatory sequences or genes of interest to report expression location or levels. Reporter genes include genes that code for fluorescent protein and enzymes that convert invisible substrates to luminescent or coloured products.
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