National Institute of Plant Genome Research
 
Scientist in-charge: Dr. Mukesh Jain
Overview
DNA Microarrays consist of DNA molecules named the "probes", that are arranged at a microscopic scale onto a solid support such as a membrane or a glass microscope slide. The array elements bind specifically to labelled RNA/DNA molecules, the "targets", generating signals that reveal the identity and the concentration of the target molecules. Microarray analysis has a broad range of applications that involve different types of probes and/or targets. DNA microarray analysis is a fast and versatile approach to achieve high throughput explorations of gene expression, genome structure, and gene function.
Instrumentation
Affymetrix GeneChip 7G Microarray System
Agilent Hybridization System
GenePix 4000B Scanner
Agilent 2100 Bioanalyzer
Protocols & Tutorials
Sample submission form