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By Stephen P. Hunt, Rick Livesey

Univ. collage, London, united kingdom. complete laboratory guide and consultant to the major equipment to be had for gene and protein expression profiling in numerous platforms. comprises particular large-scale ways, akin to cDNA microarrays, serial research of gene expression (SAGE) and proteomics. For researchers. Softcover, hardcover additionally on hand.

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34 DIFFERENTIAL DISPLAY ANALYSIS OF ALTERATION IN GENE EXPRESSION Figure 1 Schematic representation of one-base anchored differential display, (9) dNTP (25 uM). (10) Glycogen (10 mgml-1). (1l)dH 2 0. (12) Loading dye. (13) Taq DNA polymerase (5 units ul-1) (Qiagen). (14) [a-33P]dATP (>2000 Ci mmol -1 ) (NEN-Dupont). (15) RNasc-free DNase I (10 u ul-1). (16)Thermocycler. 35 YONG-JING CHO AND PENG LIANG (17) Thin-walled PCR tubes. (18) DNA sequencing apparatus. Although most of individual components may be purchased separately from various suppliers, most of them can be obtained in kit forms from GenHunter Corporation.

Therefore, it may be necessary to select the part of the target rissue which contains desired specific transcripts. For example, if dorsal somite-specific transcripts are needed, then dorsal somites have To be separated from ventral somites. Secondly, the relative proportion of various target-specific transcripts is determined by the presence of common transcripts in target and driver tissues. Thus, the capsaicin receptor (VR1) and transcription factor Brn3c were not isolated from a dorsal root ganglion (DRG) subtractive cDNA library when cerebellum and kidney had been used as drivers, because a splice variant of VR1 is present in kidney and a splice variant of Brn3c exists in cerebellum (6, 8, 9).

Obviously, it would be best to avoid water-based reaction mixtures, although it is precisely this kind of hybridization cocktail which was used in the original work (1). 5M NaSCN (3). Furthermore, phenol is a well known inhibitor of DNase and RNase. Thus, a high level of subtraction was obtained when labelled cortex ss

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