Microarray analysis is a method that uses microchips containing anchored arrays of short DNA elements (known as probes) for the large-scale interrogation of gene expression. Nucleic acid samples are labelled and applied to the arrays, and hybridization to specific probes is identified by imaging and subsequent data processing.
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