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Agilent Human Genome CGH Microarray 44A (G4410A)

Agilent Technologies
in situ oligonucleotide
Homo sapiens
Agilent's Human Genome CGH Microarray 44A is a high-resolution, high performance 60-mer oligonucleotide-based microarray that contains over 40,000 probes sourced from the NCBI genome (Build 34; July, 2003). Coupled with Agilent's CGH Analytics software, this microarray enables genome-wide survey and molecular profiling of genomic aberrations (i.e. copy number changes) on a single chip.
  • Comprehensive genome-wide coverage - Consists of~40,000 60-mer oligonucleotide probes that span both coding and noncoding sequences with an average spatial resolution of ~35kB.
  • Optimized probe design for CGH applications - Maximize confidence in microarray performance through the use of Agilent's powerful probe design algorithms and validation processes. Probe performance was validated in multiple model systems with defined aberrations.
  • High resolution and sensitivity - Reproducibly detect genome lesions including single-copy and homozygous deletions, as well as variable amplicons - enabled by Agilent's in situ synthesized 60-mer oligonucleotide probes.
  • Nanogram sample input - Only 100ng of total genomic DNA per sample is required so that you can conserve precious, limited, and hard-to-procure clinical samples.
  • Total genomic DNA with NO complexity reduction -Eliminates potential biases introduced by the process and maximizes the biological utility of the sample with a single, simplified sample preparation.
  • Focused coverage - Probe selection bias toward genes, particularly cancer-related ones, ensures adequate coverage in the most commonly studied genomic regions. Well-characterized genes are each represented by at least one 60-mer oligonucleotide probe and cancer-relevant genes are each represented by at least two or more probes.
  • 44K slide format printed using Agilent's SurePrint technology

    GPL2873 is the Feature Number version in GEO.
  • Data Files
    GRCh37.txt (1.29 MB)
    NCBI36.txt (1.29 MB)
    NCBI35.txt (1.29 MB)
    NCBI34.txt (1.29 MB)

    2005-06-07 12:20:45 by Ilari Scheinin
    2012-02-09 17:28:53 by Ilari Scheinin

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