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Microarray technology is a developing technology used to study the expression of many genes at once.
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Fact Sheets
A DNA microarray is a tool used to determine whether the DNA from a particular individual contains a mutation in genes.
… the dna microarray is a tool used to determine whether the dna from a … over 800 different mutations in brca1 alone.the dna microarray is a tool used to determine whether the dna from a … for? … how does a dna microarray work? … dna microarray technology fact sheet … a dna microarray is a tool used to …
Research at NHGRI
The Technology Transfer Office is responsible for transferring NHGRI technologies to the private sector and exchanging research materials with outside groups.
… the technology transfer office (tto) at the national human genome … advice on copyright, intellectual property, and related technology transfer procedural and policy matters. … nhgri protocol service center nih office of technology transfer u.s. patent and trademark office european …
Partner with NHGRI
NHGRI's technologies, inventions and discoveries are available for licensing.
… list of our technologies , search the  nih office of technology transfer . view or list of  current and past … lead inventor: william j. pavan, ph.d. (nhgri) office of technology transfer abstract gene therapy for niemann-pick … lead inventor: charles p. venditti, m.d., ph.d. office of technology transfer abstract new targeted leukemia therapy …
Staff
Abdel Elkahloun is an associate investigator in NHGRI's Cancer Genetics and Comparative Genomics Branch.
… and was part of the team that first developed the microarray technology at the nih. in 1996, dr. elkahloun joined research genetics, inc., where he started a microarray department to produce the first commercially …
About NHGRI
NHGRI is advancing human health and spurring innovation by building bridges between our research laboratories and the academic, non-profit and private sectors.
… disorders and a diverse range of genes. … nhgri's technology transfer office assists in transferring nhgri … health (nih) and industry collaborate to further develop a technology for commercialization. the word "crada" is generic … … partnership agreements … license nhgri technologies … technology transfer office … partnership resources … partner …
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…   Concept Clearance for Genomic  Technology  Development    May 18, 2015      … Technology   …   1. Novel Nucleic Acid Sequencing  Technology  Development  …  plus  parallel small business grants)  2. Genomic  Technology  Development Awards  … technology   … technology  domain.  Those efforts  …
About Genomics
In 2003, an accurate and complete human genome sequence was finished two years ahead of schedule and at a cost less than the original estimated budget.
… equal to 1 million base pairs and roughly equal to 1 cm. microarray:  microarrays are devices used in many types of … control vast batteries of genes simultaneously. in microarray studies, a robot is used to precisely apply tiny …
Research at NHGRI
The Division of Intramural Research coducts scientific studies in NHGRI's labs on and around the NIH campus in Bethesda, Md.
… vertebrate genomes; development and application of dna microarray technologies for large-scale analyses of gene …
Staff
Dr. Adam Phillippy is head of the Genome Informatics Section and a tenure-track investigator in the Computational and Statistical Genomics Branch at NHGRI.
… been inextricably linked to advances in dna sequencing technology, and in a field that moves as quickly as genomics, simply keeping pace with changing technology is a challenge. for example, computational methods … eukaryotes, and it seems only a matter of time before technology improvements enable the gapless assembly of larger …