||Systematic validation and atomic force microscopy of non-covalent short oligonucleotide barcode microarrays.
||Michael A Cook, Chi-Kin Chan, Paul Jorgensen, Troy Ketela, Daniel So, Mike Tyers, Chi-Yip Ho
||Molecular barcode arrays provide a powerful means to analyze cellular phenotypes in parallel through detection of short (20-60 base) unique sequence tags, or "barcodes", associated with each strain or clone in a collection. However, costs of current methods for microarray construction, whether by in situ oligonucleotide synthesis or ex situ coupling of modified oligonucleotides to the slide surface are often prohibitive to large-scale analyses.
||PLoS ONE 2008; 3:e1546
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