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Comparing Normal and Cancerous Tissue – Genomics

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD
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    The lecture Comparing Normal and Cancerous Tissue – Genomics by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course Genomics.


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    1. Utilize EST's to identify genes that are presently being expressed in a cell.
    2. Can be used to identify expression of multiple forms of cancers.
    3. Can be used to identify if any cell contains a cancer causing gene.
    1. The green spots and red spots indicate the expression healthy and cancer-related genes respectively; whereas the yellow spots indicate the expression of the gene in both samples.
    2. The red spots and green spots indicate the expression healthy and cancer-related genes respectively; whereas the yellow spots indicate the expression of the gene in both samples.
    3. The green spots and red spots indicate the expression healthy and cancer-related genes respectively; whereas the purple spots indicate the expression of the gene in both samples.
    4. The yellow spots and red spots indicate the expression healthy and cancer-related genes respectively; whereas the green spots indicate the expression of the gene in both samples.
    5. The green spots and yellow spots indicate the expression healthy and cancer-related genes respectively; whereas the red spots indicate the expression of the gene in both samples.

    Author of lecture Comparing Normal and Cancerous Tissue – Genomics

     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD


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