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Microarray/DNA chip

An array of many different pieces of DNA, arranged on a small piece of glass, silicon or other solid material. Microarrays can be used to study thousands of different genes or genetic variations at the same time.

Articles using this Glossary Item

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Sequencing company proposes trading genetic information for cryptocurrency 12 February 2018 News
Seventy-two new gene targets for breast cancer found 30 October 2017 News
GIANT makes short work of height gene discovery 20 February 2017 Comment
UK Biobank data reveals new associations between smoking and lung cancer 28 September 2015 News
Combined genetic tests could aid autism diagnosis 7 September 2015 News
ASHG warns parents to limit genetic testing 13 July 2015 News
100,000 Genomes: Impacting real lives 18 November 2014 Comment
Radio Review: The Life Scientific - Chris Toumazou 20 October 2014 Review
Schizophrenia Genetics: A Revolution with a Dash of Caution 28 July 2014 Comment
Back to school - using genetics to personalise education 28 October 2013 Comment
Body clock genes linked to depression 20 May 2013 News
Non-invasive prenatal test as good as invasive methods, say scientists 14 January 2013 News
Improved prenatal test may better detect genetic diseases 10 December 2012 News
Human brain atlas, revealing genetic activity in 3D, published online 24 September 2012 News
Roche attempts $5.7bn takeover of DNA sequencing firm Illumina 31 January 2012 News
Premier League club tests players' DNA 24 October 2011 News
Newborns to be screened for genetic conditions 16 August 2010 News
Celebrating 20 years of preimplantation genetic diagnosis 23 July 2010 Comment
New genetic test 'three times better' at detecting autism 22 March 2010 News
US company offers parents home testing for inheritable genetic diseases 1 February 2010 News
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Events using this Glossary Item

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Testing, Testing 1, 2, 3: PGS and PGD
13 September 2016 6pm (registration), 6.30pm-8.30pm (discussion) Institute of Child Health, University College London, 30 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1EH
The Progress Educational Trust's FREE-to-attend event about testing and screening human embryos is taking place TOMORROW EVENING - book NOW. The event will be chaired by Dr Sue Avery, with speakers including Dr Tony Gordon, Dr Christine Patch, James Lawford Davies and Professor Michael Parker...