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How to design and form a DNA microarray chip?

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There are two different types of DNA microarrays widely in use at present, one made up entirely of short, synthetic oligonucleotides and others made up of strands of complementary DNA (cDNA). Each can be used successfully to screen for changes in gene expression. The critical features of their production is to have a high quality source of the DNA itself, and the other is to have the technology to produce the slides onto which the samples are spotted. Robotic technology under highly controlled circumstances is most often used to produce the small droplets that are spotted in a gridded pattern onto the slides.
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