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Innovative Tissue Array Technology for High-Throughput Screening of Gene,,,Expression

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Murine Validation Array,
Male C57BL/6J or
Female C57BL/6J

12 unique tissue types represented from the following groups:

  • connective tissue
  • skeletal tissue
  • nervous tissue
  • lymphatic tissue
  • integument
  • alimentary system
  • respiratory system
  • urinary system
  • glandular tissue

Each representative tissue has dual representation per slide.

(24 tissue spots per slide + 1 positive and 1 negative control spot)

Murine Survey Array,
Male C57BL/6J or
Female C57BL/6J

In excess of 40 tissue types representing greater than 100 cell types from the following groups:

  • connective tissue
  • skeletal tissue
  • nervous tissue
  • lymphatic tissue
  • integument
  • alimentary system
  • respiratory system
  • urinary system
  • glandular tissue
  • vascular system
  • reproductive system

Preserved Tissue Integrity

We assessed the morphological integrity of tissues and the antigenicity of proteins by assaying the Complete View array slides in hematoxylin and eosin staining and immunohistochemical analysis, respectively. Figure 2 shows multiple tissues stained within the Complete View male mouse survey array slide. To test antigenicity, we used the Complete View male mouse validation array slide as described (Methods) with antitropomyosin as the primary antibody
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