References on DNA Microarrays
The following references all describe work by the Pat Brown Lab with
fluorescent cDNA microarrays. The most recent paper on the list
describes their work on diauxic shift in yeast; the data set from this
study is available online.
Numerous papers on arrays have been published since I originally
made this list. A good starting point for more recent work
is the January 1999 special supplement to Nature Genetics
volume 21, entitled "The Chipping Forecast."
D. Shalon and S. J. Smith and P. O. Brown (1996).
Genome Research 6(7):639-45.
J. DeRisi, L. Penland, and P. O. Brown (1996).
Nature Genetics 14:457-60.
M. Schena, D. Shalon, R. W. Davis, and P. O. Brown (1995).
M. Schena, D. Shalon, R. Heller, A. Chai,
P. O. Brown, and R. W. Davis (1996).
Proc Nat Acad Sci 93:10614-9.
J. DeRisi, V. R. Iyer, and P. O. Brown (1997).
For a good description of an alternative arraying technology based
on radioactive labeling, see these two papers:
C. Nguyen, D. Rocha, S. Granjeaud, M. Baldit, K. Bernard, P. Naquet,
and B. R. Jordan (1995).
K. Bernard, N. Auphan, S. Granjeaud, G. Victoreo, A. Schitt-Verhust,
B. R. Jordan, and C. Nguyen (1996).
Nucleic Acids Research 24(8):1435-42.
A recent survey on the genetically heterogeneous basis of prostate
cancer, which illustrates the value of investigating many different
genes at once, is
J. Dong and W. B. Isaacs and J. T. Isaacs (1997).
Current Opinion in Biology 9:101-107.
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