Articles Citing Floating Pin Tool Replicators

 
 


Blotting Arrays On Membrane

   
 

  1. Rubina S. Ismail, Rae Lynn Baldwin, Junguo Fang, Damaris Browning, Beth Y. Karlan, Judith C. Gasson and David D. Chang. (2000) Differential Gene Expression between Normal and Tumor-derived Ovarian Epithelial Cells. Cancer Research 60, 6744-6749, December 1, 2000
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  2. J. Felix, R. D. Duarte, R. A. Jorge, P. Arruda and M. Menossi. (2001) Using macroarrays containing sugarcane ESTs to identify aluminium induced genes in maize, W. J. Horst et al.(Eds.), Plant nutrition Food security and sustainability of agro-ecosystems. 40~41
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  3. Detailed Macroarray Hybrization procedure by the above group.
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  4. Andrei V. Tkatchenko, Richard P. Visconti, Liguan Shang, Thomas Papenbrock, Nathanael D. Pruett, Tatsuya Ito, Makio Ogawa and Alexander Awgulewitsch. (2001) Overexpression of Hosc13 in differentiating keratinocytes results in downregulation of a novel hair keratin gene cluster and alopecia. Development 128, 1547-1558
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  5. Marta Matvienko, Manuel J. Torres, and John I. Yoder. (2001) Transcriptional Responses in the Hemiparasitic Plant Triphysaria versicolor to Host Plant Signals. Plant Physiology September 2001; 127(1):272-282
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  6. Yi-Hong Wang, David F. Garvin and Leon V. Kochian. (2001) Nitrate-Induced Genes in Tomato Roots. Array Analysis Revels Novel Genes that may Play a Role in Nitrogen Nutrition. Plant Physiology September 2001; 127(1):345-359
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  7. Lea Valensky, Gianluca Della Vedova, Alexandra J. Scupham, Sam Alvey, Andres Figueroa, Bei Yin, R. Jack Hartin, Marek Chrobak, David E. Crowley, Tao Jiang and James Borneman. (2002) Analysis of Bacterial Community Composition by Oligonucleotide Fingerprinting of rRNA Genes, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Vol. 68, no 7 pp3243-3250
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  8. Natalya Bodyak, Peter M. Kang, Makoto Hiromura, Indra Sulijoadikusumo, Nobuo Horikoshi, Konstantin Khrapko and Anny Usheva. (2002) Gene expression profiling of the again mouse cardiac myocytes. Oxford University Press. Nucleic Acids Research 2002, Vol. 30, No. 17 3788-3794
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  9. Pavel Tomancak, Amy Beaton, Richard Eiszmann, Elaine Kwan, Shengqiang Shu, Suzanna E. Lewis, Stephen Richards, Michael Ashburner, Volker Hartenstein, Susan E. Celniker, and Gerald M. Rubin. (2002) Systematic Determination Of Patterns Of Gene Expression During Drosophila Embryogenesis. GenomeBiology December 23, 2002
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  10. J.E.K. Cooke, K.A. Brown, R. Wu and J.M. Davis. (2003) Gene expression associated with N-induced shifts in resource allocation in poplar. Blackwell Synergy, Plant, Cell & Environment, Vol 26, Issue 5, Page 757. May 2003
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  11. Qing Yue, Joanna C. Jen, Stanley F. Nelson, and Robert W. Baloh. (1997) Progressive Ataxia Due to a Missense Mutation in a Calcium-Channel Gene, Am. J. Hum. Genet., 61:1078-1087.
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  12. Jessica E. Hutti, et al. Supplemental information (methods).
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  13. M.J. Lehane, S. Aksoy, W. Bigson, A. Kerhornou, M. Berriman, J. Hamilton, M.B. Soares, M.F. Bonaldo, S. Lehane, and N. Hall. (2003) Adult midgut expressed sequence tags from the tsetse fly Glossina morsitans morsitans and expression analysis of putative immune response genes. Genome Biology, 2003, 4:R63.
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  14. T. Erickson, B.D. Maciejko, C. Gee, V. Lam, D. Ng, A. Blanchard, Y. Myal, M.A. Chrenek, and P. Wong. (2004) Identification of Mammary Gland Involution Differentially Expressed Genes in Breast Cancer Tissues. Transaction of the Integrated Biomedical Informatics & Enabling Technologies Symposium Journal, 2004, 1: p. 1-14.
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Slot Pin Replicators

   
 

  1. Y. Blat, and N. Kleckner. (1999) Cohesins Bind to Prefential Sites along Yeast Chromosome III, with Differential Regulation along Arms Versus the Centric Region. Cell, Vol. 98, pp 249-259.
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  2. J. Herich. (2001) A Cost-Effective Way to Pipet 384 Samples Simultaneously Presented at the San Diego Chapter of the LRIG 9/26/2001
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  3. 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. O. Novac, A. Guenier, and J. Pelletier. (2004) Inhibitors of protein synthesis identified by a high throughput multiplexed translation screen. Nucleic Acids Research, 2004, Vol. 32, No. 3, p. 902-915.
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  2. Brent R. Stockwell, Stephen J. Haggarty and Stuart L. Schreiber. (1999) High-throughput screening of small molecules in miniaturized mammalian cell-based assays involving post-translational modifications. Chemistry & Biology 19, Vol. 6: 71-83.
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  3. Rubina S. Ismail, Rae Lynn Baldwin, Junguo Fang, Damaris Browning, Beth Y. Karlan, Judith C. Gasson and David D. Chang. (2000) Differential Gene Expression between Normal and Tumor-derived Ovarian Epithelial Cells. Cancer Research 60, 6744-6749, December 1, 2000
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  4. Internet Posting. Ee-Been Goh, Grace Yim, Wayne Tsui, JoAnn McClure, Michael G. Surette and Julian Davies. (2002) Transcriptional Modulation of bacterial gene expression by subinhibitory concentrations of antibiotics. December 24, 2002
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  5. Scott Tarpinian and George Halley. (2003) Eppendorf Perfectprep BAC 96: A high Throughput purification system for obtaining high quality BAC DNA. 2003 Eppendorf
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  6. Scott Tarpinian. (2003) Purification of Fosmids and PAC's using Eppendorf Perfectprep BAC 96 kit, 2003 Eppendorf
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  7. NIH Microarray Project Protocols posted on the internet.
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Robot Liquid Transfer (HTS Applications)

   
 

  1. Pavel Rychetsky, Martha Ackerman and Patti Willson. (2001) Conversion of Manual Access of 384 Lidded Plates to an Automated Storage and Retrieval System. MipTec ICAR Basel, June 20, 2001.
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  2. Joerg Dreessen, Joerg Gentsch and Niklaus Graber. (2004) Rapid Homogenization of Single Step Dilutions, in Minaturized 1,536 MTP Liquid Handling. Society for Biomolecular Screening September 11-15, 2004 Orlando Florida, Poster # P08011, (Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research, Discovery Technologies / DTI, Basel, Switzerland) Poster awarded "Best Poster".
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  3. Peter Hodder, Rebecca Mull, Jason Cassaday, Kurtis Berry, Berta Strulovici (2004) Miniaturization of Intracellular Calcium Functional Assays to 1536 Well Plate Format using a Fluorometric Imaging Plate Reader. Journal of Biomolecular Screening, Volume 9 Number 5, 417-426
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  4. Patrick H. Cleveland and Patricia J. Koutz. (2005) Nanoliter Dispensing for uHTS Using Pin Tools, ASSAY and Drug Development Technologies, Volume 3, Number 2, 213-225.
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  5. Internet Posting. Richard Y.T. Kao, Jeremy L. Jenkins, Karen A. Olson, Marc E. Key, James W. Fett and Robert Shapiro. (2002) A small-molecule inhibitor of the ribonucleolytic activity of human angiogenin that possesses antitumor activity. July 23, 2002
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  6. Patricia J. Koutz. (2002) Dynamic delivery of nanoliter volumes with a pin tool. Lab Automation 2002, Palm Springs Presentation, January 27.
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  7. Patrick H. Cleveland and Patricia J. Koutz. (2002) Nanoliter Transfers with Pin Tools, Advantages, Limitations and Solutions. Northeast Laboratory Robotics Interest Group Meeting, June 18, 2002
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  8. James Follen. (2003) Pin Transfer of Compunds to Assay Plates, Harvard Medical School, Institute of Chemistry and Cell Biology, Molecular Target Laboratory web site.
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  9. Patricia J. Koutz and Patrick H. Cleveland. (2003) High Throughput Nanoliter Transfers with Robotic Pin Tools, Laboratory Automation, Palm Springs, Presentation 2003.
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