Articles Citing Library Copier

 
 


Blotting Arrays On Membrane

   
 

  1. M. Schummer, W.L. Ng, P.S. Nelson, R.B. Bumgarner and L. Hood. (1997) Inexpensive Handheld Device for the Construction of High-Density Nucleic Acid Arrays, ("arraying and replicating device" or (ARD), Biotechniques 23: 1087-1092 http://chroma.mbt.washington.edu/ARD/
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  2. Jay D. Evans and Diana E. Wheeler. (2000) Expression profiles during honeybee caste determination. GenomeBiology December 20, 2000
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  3. Clontech Laboratories, Inc. (2001) PCR-Select Differential Screening Kit User Manual. September 10, 2001
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  4. R.A. Prade, J. Griffith, K. Kochut, J. Arnold, and W. E. Timberlake. (1997) In vitro reconstruction of the Aspergillus (= Emericella) nidulans genome. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 94:14564-14569.
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  5. Protocol on Dr. Brian Fristensky's web site at the University of Manitoba,describing DNA dot blotting using a Multi-Blot Replicator.
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  6. Lea Valinsky, Alexandra J. Scupham, Gianluca Della Vedova, Zheng Liu, Andres Figueroa, Kate Jampachaisri, James Press, Tao Jiang, and James Borneman. Oligonucleotide Fingerprinting of Ribosomal RNA Genes (OFRG) UC Riverside Macroarray Protocol document.
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  7. USDA - ARS Root Disease and Biological Control Research Unit - Thomashow Group, P.fluorescens Protocol for ordered Q8r1-96 genomic library.
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  8. Jessica E. Hutti, Emily T. Jarrell, James D. Chang, Derek W. Abbott, Peter Storz, Alex Toker, Lewis C. Cantley and Benjamin E. Turk. A Rapid Method for Determining Protein Kinase Phosphorylantion Specificity. Nature Methods Vol 1, No. 1 October 2004 P 27-29
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  9. A. Fessehaie, S.H. De Boer, and C.A. Levesque. (2002) An Oligonucleotide Array for the Identification and Differentiation of Bacteria Pathogenic on Potato. Phytopathology 93: p. 262-269.
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  10. M.M. Nagarajan, S.H. De Boer. (2003). An Oligonucledotide Array to Detect Genetically Modified Events in Potato. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter. September 2003, 21: p. 259-270.
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  11. P.S. Yan, M.R. Perry, D.E. Laux, A.L. Asare, C.W. Caldwell, and T.H. Huang. (2000) CpG Island Arrays: An Application toward Deciphering Epigenetic Signatures, Clinical Cancer Research, April 2000, Vol. 6: p. 1432-1438.
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  12. B.D. Jenkins, G.F. Steward, S.M. Short, B.B. Ward, and J.P. Zehr. (2004) Fingerprinting Diazotroph Communities in the Chesapeak Baby by Using a DNS Macroarray. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, p. 1767-1776.
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  13. Martin Herd and Christine Kocks. (2001) Gene Fragments Distinguishing an Epidemic-Associated Strain from a Virulent Prototype Strain of Listeria monocytogenes Belongs to a Distinct Functional Subset of Genes and Partially Cross-Hybridize with Other Listeria Species. Infection and Immunity. 2001, Vol. 69, No. 6, p. 3972-3979.
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  14. G.S. Pullman, S. Johnson, G. Peter, J.Cairney, and N. Xu. (2003) Improving loblolly pine somatic embryo maturation: comparison of somatic and zygotic embryo morphology, germination, and gene expression. Plant Cell Rep, 21: p. 747-758.
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  15. L. Tapia, M. Gonzalez-Aguero, M.F. Cisternas, M. Sauzo, V. Cambizo, R. Uauy, and M. Gonzalez. (2004) Metallothionein is crucial for safe intracellular copper storage and cell survival at normal and supra-physiological exposure levels. Biochem, June 2004, p. 378, 617-624.
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  16. James P. Connell, Sujata Pammi, Muhammad J. Iqbal, Tim Huizinga and Avutu S. Reddy. (1998) A High Through-put Procedure for Capturing Microsatellites from Complex Plant Genomes, Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 16: 341–349.
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  17. D.C. Sgroi, S. Teng, G. Robinson, R. LeVangie, J.R. Hudson, Jr, and A.G. Elkahloun. (1999) In vivo gene expression profile analysis of human breast cancer progression. Cancer Research, Nov 15, 59(22) 5656-61.
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Inoculating Arrays On Agar Plates

   
 

  1. The Sacchromyces Genome Deletion Project, uses our pin tools to inoculate yeast onto agar plates. The hyperlink will take you to the protocol where that procedure is described.
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  2. The DeRisi Lab at UCSF internet posting of protocol to inoculate yeast onto agar plates with V&P replicators.
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  3. Method used with pin tools and Colony Copiers to make Synthetic Genetic Arrays, Boone Lab, University of Toronto
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  4. Internet Posting. Sackler. SGA Analysis:
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  5. L. Patrone, S.E. Henson, J. Teodrovic, C.S. Malone, S.W. French, R. Wall, and M.A. Teitell. (2003) Gene expression patterns in AIDS versus non-AIDS-related diffuse large B-cell lymphoma. Experimental and Molecular Pathology 74, 2003, p. 129-139.
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Glass Slide Microarrayers

   
 

  1. Anuj Kumar, Paul M. Harrison, Kei-Hoi Cheung, Ning Lan, Nathaniel Echols, Paul Bertone, Perry Miller, Mark B. Gerstein and Michael Snyder. (2002) An Integrated Approach for finding Overlooked Genes in Yeast. Nature Biotechnology, Vol. 20, January pp 58-63
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Slot Pin Replicators

   
 

  1. J. Nat. Prod. (2007), Accelerating the Discovery of Biologically Active Small Molecules Using a High-Throughput Yeast Halo Assay. 70, 383-390
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Manual Liquid Transfer (Replicating Genomic Libraries)

   
 

  1. Internet posting of Pin Tool Protocol for Isolation of Plasmids for HTP Sequencing Protocol used by the Schnable Laboratory (Iowa State University) based to a large extent on one obtained from Rod Wing’s group at Clemson University. Please contact Dr. TJ Wen, tjwen@iastate.edu regarding questions or corrections.
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  2. Vicky Amann. PCR Amplification Protocol for the NIA 15K set. Vanderbilt Microarray Shared Resource
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  3. B. Stirling, G. Newcombe, J. Vrebalov, I. Bosdet and H.D. Bradshaw, Jr. (2001) Suppressed recombination around the MXC3 locus, a major gene for resistance to poplar leaf rust. Theor Appl Genet (2001) 103:1129–1137 © Springer-Verlag
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Initiating PCR Reactions

   
 

  1. Vicky Amann. PCR Amplification Protocol for the NIA 15K set. Vanderbilt Microarray Shared Resource
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Madge Gel Loading

   
 

  1. Tom R. Gaunt, Lesley J. Hinks, Hamid Rassoulian and Ian N.M. Day. (2003) Manual 768 or 384 well microplate gel 'dry' electrophoresis for PCR checking and SNP genotyping. Oxford University Press. Nucleic Acids Research, 2003, Vol. 31, No. 9 e48
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Wounding Tissue Culture Monolayers

   
 

  1. Justin C. Yarrow, Zachary E. Perlman, Nicholas J. Westwood and Timothy J. Mitchison. (2004) A high-throughput cell migration assay using scratch wound healing, a comparison of image-based readout methods. BMC Biotechnology 2004, 4:21 doi:10.1186/1472-6750-4/21
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