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What Is a Microarray?

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A microarray is a miniaturized assay comprising a solid surface printed with a multitude of molecules which are available for multiplex interaction and detection. They have applications in many fields including genomics, proteomics, diagnostics, biomarker quantitation and others.

Watch this webinar to learn about: 

  • What microarrays are and how they are made
  • Examples of how microarrays are used across research and pharma
  • The slides, reagents and other tools required to perform a microarray
  • Fluorescence detection and how you can quantify fluorescent images of your microarray
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Adam Buckle
Lab Manager, Arrayjet Ltd
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Shawna Prange
Director of Research Development, Grace Bio-Labs
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Adriana Lagraulet
Applications Manager, Innopsys