Gene Expression Profiling

Gene expression profiling is the analysis of the activity of thousand genes at a stretch to build a global picture of cellular function. The expression portrait is generated by using a life technologies sequencing platforms are precise enough to detect the low abundance transcripts and making it possible to identify the novel genes without preceding sequence knowledge. Polymerase Chain Reaction is commonly used to detect the prong gene expression and it is generally limited to detecting changes that vary by two-fold or more. Micro array analysis is used to analyze the change in the gene expression between growth stages and tissues.

  • Track 1-1 Gene Expression Analysis by Sequencing
  • Track 2-2 Gene Expression Analysis by Real-time PCR
  • Track 3-3 Gene Expression Quantification by dPCR
  • Track 4-4 Gene Expression Profiling by Microarrays

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