© 2005

Microarray Technology and Its Applications

  • Uwe R. Müller
  • Dan V. Nicolau

Part of the Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering book series (BIOMEDICAL)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXII
  2. General Microarray Technologies

    1. Ralph R. Martel, Matthew P. Rounseville, Ihab W. Botros, Bruce E. Seligmann
      Pages 3-22
    2. Kristi L. Hanson, Luisa Filipponi, Dan V. Nicolau
      Pages 23-44
    3. Alvaro Carrillo, Kunal V. Gujraty, Ravi S. Kane
      Pages 45-61
    4. Uwe R. Müller, Roeland Papen
      Pages 73-88
    5. Dan V. Nicolau, Linnette Demers, David S. Ginger
      Pages 89-118
    6. Piotr Grodzinski, Robin H. Liu, Ralf Lenigk, Yingjie Liu
      Pages 119-145
    7. James J. Storhoff, Sudhakar S. Marla, Viswanadham Garimella, Chad A. Mirkin
      Pages 147-179
    8. Matthias Vaupel, Andreas Eing, Karl-Otto Greulich, Jan Roegener, Peter Schellenberg, Hans Martin. Striebel et al.
      Pages 181-207
  3. DNA Microarrays

    1. Ulrika Liljedahl, Mona Fredriksson, Ann-Christine Syvänen
      Pages 211-227
    2. Ramesh Ramakrishnan, Paul Bao, Uwe R. Müller
      Pages 229-250
    3. Carsten Schwaenena, Michelle Nesslinga, Bernhard Radlwimmera, Swen Wessendorf, Peter Lichtera
      Pages 251-263
    4. Zirong Li
      Pages 265-276
  4. Protein Microarrays

    1. Hendrik Weiner, Jörn Glökler, Claus Hultschig, Konrad Büssow, Gerald Walter
      Pages 279-295
    2. Drew Smith, Chad Greef
      Pages 297-308
    3. Ye Fang, Anthony G. Frutos, Yulong Hong, Joydeep Lahiri
      Pages 309-320
  5. Cell & Tissue Microarrays

    1. Ravi Kapur
      Pages 335-343
    2. Ronald Simon, Martina Mirlacher, Guido Sauter
      Pages 345-360

About this book


The genomics revolution would not have been possible without the 'parallelisation' offered by microarray technology. This technological - and commercial - success has been since emulated by other applications areas, with a tremendous amplification of innovation. This book describes the fundamentals and latest developments in microarray technology, as well as its future directions. It presents detailed overviews of the different techniques of fabricating microarrays, of the chemistries and preparative steps involved, of the different types of microarrays, and of the instrumentation and optical issues involved.


DNA bioinformatics cell deposition development diagnostics genes genomics instrumentation membrane microarray protein surface tissue translation

Editors and affiliations

  • Uwe R. Müller
    • 1
  • Dan V. Nicolau
    • 2
  1. 1.V.P., Applied Science Nanosphere, Inc.NorthbrookUSA
  2. 2.Swinburne University of TechnologyHawthornAustralia

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