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CRC - METHODS IN MICROARRAY NOR - METHODS IN MICROARRAY NORMALIZATION Organization: CRC
Date: 2008-01-31
Description: Preface Gene expression profiling using microarrays has been increasingly brought to task for the simple goal of ensuring that data from a particular tissue and a particular platform match the same tissue run on another platform in another lab.
CLSI MM21 - GENOMIC COPY NUMBER MICROARRAYS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL GENETIC AND ONCOLOGY APPLICATIONS - 1ST ED Organization: CLSI
Date: 2015-08-01
Description: This guideline:  Is not intended for research laboratorians  Is not intended to provide guidance to manufacturers  Does not address methylation arrays, RNA expression microarrays, resequencing and genotyping arrays not intended for CN detection, microarrays for the diagnosis and monitoring of infectious diseases, or non-nucleic acid microarrays (eg, protein arrays)
CLSI MM22 - MICROARRAYS FOR DIAGNOSIS AND MONITORING OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES; APPROVED GUIDELINE - VOL 34; NO 3 Organization: CLSI
Date: 2014-02-01
Description: MM22 is not intended for in vitro diagnostic (IVD) device manufacturers or to provide manufacturing guidelines, and does not cover protein microarrays nor address microarray applications for unknown pathogen discovery, host or microbial gene expression profiling, or host genomic polymorphism determination related to microbial infections.
DSF/ISO/FDIS 16578 - MOLECULAR BIOMARKER ANALYSIS - GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROARRAY DETECTION OF SPECIFIC NUCLEIC ACID SEQUENCES Organization: DS
Description: This document has been developed to provide useful recommendations and protocol for: - design and manufacture of the microarray - qualitative measurement of the existence of targets in an analyte; - assessment of limits of detection for the microarray platform; - assessment of range of reliable signals for the microarray platform; - criteria for assessing technical performance of the microarray platform.
DSF/ISO/DIS 16578 - MOLECULAR BIOMARKER ANALYSIS - GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROARRAY DETECTION OF SPECIFIC NUCLEIC ACID SEQUENCES Organization: DS
Description: This document has been developed to provide useful recommendations and protocol for: - design and manufacture of the microarray - qualitative measurement of the existence of targets in an analyte; - assessment of limits of detection for the microarray platform; - assessment of range of reliable signals for the microarray platform; - criteria for assessing technical performance of the microarray platform.
DS/ISO 16578 - MOLECULAR BIOMARKER ANALYSIS - GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROARRAY DETECTION OF SPECIFIC NUCLEIC ACID SEQUENCES Organization: DS
Date: 2013-12-04
Description: ISO 16578:2013 defines terms for the detection of nucleic acid sequence of interest using DNA microarrays for detection of nucleic acid. It specifies the verification processes and parameters for molecular biology analysis, including the detection and identification of specific nucleic acid sequences.
ISO 16578 - MOLECULAR BIOMARKER ANALYSIS - GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROARRAY DETECTION OF SPECIFIC NUCLEIC ACID SEQUENCES - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2013-11-15
Description: This International Standard defines terms for the detection of nucleic acid sequence of interest using DNA microarrays for detection of nucleic acid. This International Standard is applicable to all methods that use microarrays for detection of nucleic acids.
BSI - BS ISO 16578 - MOLECULAR BIOMARKER ANALYSIS — GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROARRAY DETECTION OF SPECIFIC NUCLEIC ACID SEQUENCES Organization: BSI
Date: 2013-11-30
AFNOR - NF ISO 16578 - MOLECULAR BIOMARKER ANALYSIS - GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROARRAY DETECTION OF SPECIFIC NUCLEIC ACID SEQUENCES Organization: AFNOR
Date: 2014-01-18
ISO DIS 16578 - MOLECULAR BIOMARKER ANALYSIS - GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROARRAY DETECTION OF SPECIFIC NUCLEIC ACID SEQUENCES Organization: ISO
ISO FDIS 16578 - MOLECULAR BIOMARKER ANALYSIS - GENERAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROARRAY DETECTION OF SPECIFIC NUCLEIC ACID SEQUENCES Organization: ISO
CRC - PROGNOSTIC AND PREDICTIV - PROGNOSTIC AND PREDICTIVE FACTORS IN BREAST CANCER Organization: CRC
Date: 2008-09-04
Description: The speed with which things progress is exemplified by microarrays; in the last edition (2003) these were discussed as newer approaches for the future, microarrays are now in clinical trials.
MCGRAW - BIOINFORMATICS: SEQUENCE - BIOINFORMATICS: SEQUENCE ALIGNMENT AND MARKOV MODELS Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: There is also a wealth of information on suffix trees...HMM...HMM applications...protein secondary structure... microarray techniques...drug discovery and development...and advances in biochip and genome completions and sequence alignment.
DESTECH - OMICS TECHNOLOGIES & MICR - OMICS TECHNOLOGIES & MICROBIAL MODELING FOR FOODBORNE PATHOGENS - 1ST EDITION Organization: DESTECH
Date: 2012-01-20
Description: The text offers a systematic presentation of advanced food safety tools, including microarrays, next-generation sequencers, biometric methods, and wireless technologies.
SAE/TP - 2007-01-3108 - VIRAL POPULATIONS WITHIN THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION’S INTERNAL ACTIVE THERMAL CONTROL SYSTEM GROUND SUPPORT AND POTENTIAL FLIGHT HARDWARE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-07-09
Description: After further amplification viral DNA and cDNA were then pooled, fluorescently labeled, and hybridized onto a Combimatrix panvira 12K microarray containing probes for ~1,000 known human viruses.
CRC - NUCLEIC ACID TESTING FOR - NUCLEIC ACID TESTING FOR HUMAN DISEASE Organization: CRC
Date: 2006-06-20
Description: The techniques covered include target- and signal-amplification-based NAT procedures, microarrays, bead-based multiplex assays, in situ hybridization, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) analysis, and RNA expression profiling.
CLSI MM17 - VERIFICATION AND VALIDATION OF MULTIPLEX NUCLEIC ACID ASSAYS; APPROVED GUIDELINE - FIRST EDITION; VOL. 28 NO. 9 Organization: CLSI
Date: 2008-03-01
Description: A general overview of multiplex technologies is provided to the extent of discussing unique aspects and special considerations for multiplex assays, but does not discuss in detail the basic technologies, which are covered in other Molecular Methods guidelines (ie, this guideline does not specifically address many microarray-based detection platforms, which are the subject of a separate CLSI document MM12).
CRC - POSTMORTEM TOXICOLOGY OF - POSTMORTEM TOXICOLOGY OF ABUSED DRUGS Organization: CRC
Date: 2007-10-09
Description: Poisoning is not proven just because blood morphine concentrations are very high. We now live in the age of the DNA microarray. Chips for measurement of CYP2D6 polymorphisms are already available commercially.
CRC - SURGERY, ASSISTED REPRODU - SURGERY, ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY AND INFERTILITY Organization: CRC
Date: 2005-03-08
Description: Sensitive two- and three-dimensional ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging techniques provide structural information. Microarray technology will refine our ability to evaluate function and genomic expression in an increasing number of settings.
CRC - MOLECULAR MORPHOLOGY IN H - MOLECULAR MORPHOLOGY IN HUMAN TISSUES: TECHNIQUES AND APPLICATIONS Organization: CRC
Date: 2004-12-29
Description: This text is contributed by the editors of this book, Gerhard Hacker and Raymond Tubbs. Microarray- based genomic hybridization as a tool for the survey of genomic alterations in human neoplasms is described in Chapter 7 by Dina Kandil and colleagues of the Cleveland Clinic.

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