Chromosome, Microdissection and Microcloning
Applications of Chromosome and Tissue Microdissection
Direct Analysis of the PCR Product of Microdissected
Recombinant DNA Libraries Generated from Microdissected
Isolation of Transcribed Sequences Using Microdissected
DNA as a Probe
Study of Chromosome Abnormalities in Cancer Cells
Investigation of Other Specialized Chromosomal Structures
Gene Transfer Using Chromosome Fragments
Coupling Microdissection with Microarrays and Proteomics
Technologies (DNA/Protein Microchips)
Incorporation of Microdissection Techniques in Modern Pathology
Books and Reviews
Bacterial arti±cial chromosome based cloning vector capable of accommodating large
fragments of genomic DNA.
Variation in the staining of DNA due to differential binding of dyes along the length of
A self-replicating genetic structure that contains the cellular DNA representing the
linear array of genes.
A small portion of chromosomal DNA obtained by means of physical excision using
Determining the relative position of one or more genes on chromosomes.
A photomicrograph of individual chromosomes arranged in a standard format
showing the number, size, and shape of each chromosome.