Definition of Gene chip
1. Noun. A microchip that holds DNA probes that form half of the DNA double helix and can recognize DNA from samples being tested.
Generic synonyms: Chip, Micro Chip, Microchip, Microprocessor Chip, Silicon Chip
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Literary usage of Gene chip
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1. Statistics and Science: A Festschrift for Terry Speed by Darlene Renee Goldstein, Terry Speed (2003)
"The main characteristics of gene chip microarrays are: 1. Thousands of short oligonucleotide probes (commonly 25-mer, ie, 25 bases in length) are ..."
2. An International Perspective on Advancing Technologies And Strategies for by Bgh (2005)
"Enabling technologies will include database and gene chip advancements, nanotechnology, and improvements in detector hardware. ..."
3. An Assessment Of Potential Health Effects From Exposure To Pave Paws Low by Brer, National Research Council (U.S.) (2005)
"... growth-factor and apoptosis-factor (box) gene expression following RF exposure. Several studies of gene expression using comprehensive gene-chip ..."
4. Genetics Testing in the New Millennium: Advances, Standards and Implications edited by Constance A. Morella (2001)
"One of the early NIST awardees, Affymetrix, developed a DNA gene chip to acquire, analyze and manage complex genetic information for the diagnosis, ..."
5. Carcinogenic Potency Database, Endocrine Disruptors edited by Lois Swirsky Gold (2000)
"This discussion led further to a consensus that a hormone-responsive gene chip would be very useful for making this assessment. Such a chip, containing a ..."
6. Treating Infectious Diseases in a Microbial World: Report of Two Workshops by National Research Council, Bls, National Academies Press (U.S.), ebrary, Inc (2006)
"Screens that provide detailed information about intermediate states of bacterial cell perturbation, including gene chip arrays and metabolome profiling, ..."