Scientists Prepare DNA Samples for Microarray Scanner

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Title: Scientists Prepare DNA Samples for Microarray Scanner
Description: National Cancer Institute scientists Dr. Sandeep Dave (foreground) and Dr. Louis Staudt use a fluidics station to prepare DNA samples before loading them into a microarray scanner. Scientists use DNA microarrays (also called biochips or DNA chips) to measure the expression levels of large numbers of genes simultaneously or to genotype multiple regions of a genome.
Subjects (names): Sandeep Dave
Louis M. Staudt
Topics/Categories: Locations -- NIH
National Cancer Institute -- People
People -- Health Professional
Science and Technology -- Laboratory Techniques/Equipment
Type: Color, Photo (JPEG format)
Source: National Cancer Institute
Creator: Bill Branson (Photographer)
Date Created: June 6, 2006
Date Added: June 7, 2006
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