TITLE

Sensitivity and fidelity of DNA microarray improved with integration of Amplified Differential Gene Expression (ADGE)

AUTHOR(S)
Chen, Zhijian J.; Gaté, Laurent; Davis, Warren; Ile, Kristina E.; Tew, Kenneth D.
PUB. DATE
January 2003
SOURCE
BMC Genomics;2003, Vol. 4, p28
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background: The ADGE technique is a method designed to magnify the ratios of gene expression before detection. It improves the detection sensitivity to small change of gene expression and requires small amount of starting material. However, the throughput of ADGE is low. We integrated ADGE with DNA microarray (ADGE microarray) and compared it with regular microarray. Results: When ADGE was integrated with DNA microarray, a quantitative relationship of a power function between detected and input ratios was found. Because of ratio magnification, ADGE microarray was better able to detect small changes in gene expression in a drug resistant model cell line system. The PCR amplification of templates and efficient labeling reduced the requirement of starting material to as little as 125 ng of total RNA for one slide hybridization and enhanced the signal intensity. Integration of ratio magnification, template amplification and efficient labeling in ADGE microarray reduced artifacts in microarray data and improved detection fidelity. The results of ADGE microarray were less variable and more reproducible than those of regular microarray. A gene expression profile generated with ADGE microarray characterized the drug resistant phenotype, particularly with reference to glutathione, proliferation and kinase pathways. Conclusion: ADGE microarray magnified the ratios of differential gene expression in a power function, improved the detection sensitivity and fidelity and reduced the requirement for starting material while maintaining high throughput. ADGE microarray generated a more informative expression pattern than regular microarray.
ACCESSION #
28834587

 

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