differential screening

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differential screening

Differential Screening of Gene Expression Difference Enriched by Differential Display

differential screening-selected gene aberrative in neuroblastoma

Screening differentially expressed cDNA clones obtained by differential display using amplified RNA

A computer-driven approach to PCR-based differential screening, alternative to differential display.

A high throughput screening for rarely transcribed differentially expressed genes

Identification of a New Imprinted Gene, Rian, on Mouse Chromosome 12 by Fluorescent Differential Display Screening

A novel sensitive microarray approach for differential screening using probes labelled with two different radioelements

Isolation of developmentally regulated genes by differential display screening of cDNA libraries

Suppressive subtractive hybridization and differential screening identified genes differentially expressed in yeast and mycelial forms of Ophiostoma piceae

Differential screening and suppression subtractive hybridization identified genes differentially expressed in an estrogen receptor-positive breast carcinoma cell line

Construction of the Seed-Coat cDNA Microarray and Screening of Differentially Expressed Genes in Barley

LIT1, an Imprinted Antisense RNA in the Human KvLQT1 Locus Identified by Screening for Differentially Expressed Transcripts Using Monochromosomal Hybrids

From Library Screening to Microarray Technology: Strategies to Determine Gene Expression Profiles and to Identify Differentially Regulated Genes in Plants

Screening of Differentially Amplified cDNA Products from RNA Arbitrarily Primed PCR Fingerprints Using Single Strand Conformation Polymorphism (SSCP) Gels

Rapid screening assay for anti-GBM antibody and ANCAs; an important tool for the differential diagnosis of pulmonary renal syndromes.


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A range of techniques used to identify genes that are expressed in different tissues or in a tissue under different environmental conditions. Methods included subtractive hybridization, differential hybridization, and differential display PCR but these have been largely superseded by arrays (gene chips).

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