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Patrick Brown

Patrick Brown works with microarrays at Stanford University.
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15542. DNA microarray output
DNA microarrays provide the means to analyze patterns of gene expression at different timepoints in a living cell.
16706. Gallery 34: Stanley Cohen
Stanley Cohen, Stanford University professor.
16753. Video 36 :Patrick Brown, clip 5
Why use DNA arrays?
10339. Stanford-Binet Test, Feeblemindedness
Stanford-Binet Test, Feeblemindedness
16463. Video 20: Arthur Kornberg, clip 1
Finding the enzymes in their crude extracts.
16464. Video 20: Arthur Kornberg, clip 2
Some of the different kinds of DNA polymerases.
16465. Video 20: Arthur Kornberg, clip 3
Family background.
16749. Video 36 :Patrick Brown, clip 1
Talks about the aesthetic pleasure he gets from doing an experiment.
16750. Video 36 :Patrick Brown, clip 2
The first DNA arrays were made of solid gold.
16751. Video 36 :Patrick Brown, clip 3
The first DNAs used to make the arrays.
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