Transcriptome Profiling Support
- Which protocol should I use to prepare my sample for hybridization to GeneChip™ human, mouse, or rat transcriptome assays?
- What is the correct fluidics script for the Clariom™ S (human, mouse, and rat) array?
- Are the Clariom™ S arrays capable of exon-level analysis?
- What are the Clariom™ Assay scan times and file sizes?
- What are the proper storage conditions for GeneChip™ probe arrays?
- Can GeneChip™ expression arrays be reused?
- What is the reproducibility of GeneChip™ expression arrays?
- If I have cartridges can I move to PM only arrays in the middle of my project?
- It seems that the probes may overlap heavily within a given PSR, how is this managed?
- Are all of the content sources taken into consideration to define the probe selection regions and how many of the PSRs are only supported by a single type of content?
Guides and tools
- App Note: Whole-Transcript Expression Analysis
- Brochure: Clariom™ assays
- Brochure: GeneAtlas™ System
- Brochure: GeneTitan™ Instrument
- Guide: Expression Microarray reagent guide
- Technical Note: Array Design and Performance of the GeneChip™ Mouse Expression Set 430
- Technical Note: Array Design and Performance of the GeneChip™ Rat Expression Set 230
- Technical Note: Array Design for the Human Exon 1.0 ST Array
- Technical Note: Array Design for the Human Genome U133 Set
- Technical Note: Design and Performance of the GeneChip™ Human Genome U133 Plus 2.0 and Human Genome U133A 2.0 Array
- Technical Note: GeneChip™ Gene 1.0 ST Array Design
- Technical Note: Identifying and Validating Alternative Splicing Events
- Technical Note: Performance and Validation of GeneChip™ HT Human, Mouse, and Rat PM Array Plates
- Technical Note: Performance and Validation of the GeneChip™ Human Genome U133 Set
- Technical Note: Performance of Affymetrix™ Human, Mouse, and Rate Gene 1.1 ST Array Strips for the Gene Atlas™ System
- Search our database for Product Documents: Manuals, Vector Maps, Citations and References
- Search our database for Quality and Safety Documents: SDS, COA
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