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  1. High-density oligonucleotide (oligo) arrays are a powerful tool for transcript profiling. Arrays based on GeneChip® technology are amongst the most widely used, although GeneChip® arrays are currently available f...

    Authors: John P Hammond, Martin R Broadley, David J Craigon, Janet Higgins, Zoe F Emmerson, Henrik J Townsend, Philip J White and Sean T May
    Citation: Plant Methods 2005 1:10
  2. Protein phosphorylation is accepted as a major regulatory pathway in plants. More than 1000 protein kinases are predicted in the Arabidopsis proteome, however, only a few studies look systematically for in vivo p...

    Authors: Florian Wolschin and Wolfram Weckwerth
    Citation: Plant Methods 2005 1:9
  3. In situ hybridisation can provide cellular, and in some cases sub-cellular, resolution of mRNA levels within multicellular organisms and is widely used to provide spatial and temporal information on gene expressi...

    Authors: Sinéad Drea, Julia Corsar, Brian Crawford, Peter Shaw, Liam Dolan and John H Doonan
    Citation: Plant Methods 2005 1:8
  4. Eukaryotic organisms are defined by the presence of a nucleus, which encloses the chromosomal DNA, and is characterized by its DNA content (C-value). Complex eukaryotic organisms contain organs and tissues tha...

    Authors: Changqing Zhang, Fang Cheng Gong, Georgina M Lambert and David W Galbraith
    Citation: Plant Methods 2005 1:7
  5. Plant genome sequence data now provide opportunities to conduct molecular genetic studies at the level of the whole gene locus and above. Such studies will be greatly facilitated by adopting and developing fur...

    Authors: Laura C Roden, Berthold Göttgens and Effie S Mutasa-Göttgens
    Citation: Plant Methods 2005 1:6
  6. Many established PCR-based approaches in plant molecular biology rely on lengthy and expensive methods for isolation of nucleic acids. Although several rapid DNA isolation protocols are available, they have no...

    Authors: Kenneth Berendzen, Iain Searle, Dean Ravenscroft, Csaba Koncz, Alfred Batschauer, George Coupland, Imre E Somssich and Bekir Ülker
    Citation: Plant Methods 2005 1:4

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