TITLE

Multiplex Detection and Genotyping of Point Mutations Involved in Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease Using a Hairpin Microarray-Based Assay

AUTHOR(S)
Baaj, Yasser; Magdelaine, Corinne; Ubertelli, Virginie; Valat, Christophe; Mousseau, Yoanne; Hao Qiu; Funalot, Benoît; Vallat, Jean-Michel; Sturtz, Franck G.
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Biochemistry Research International;2009, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We previously developed a highly specific method for detecting SNPs with a microarray-based system using stem-loop probes. In this paper we demonstrate that coupling a multiplexing procedure with our microarray method is possible for the simultaneous detection and genotyping of four point mutations, in three different genes, involved in Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. DNA from healthy individuals and patients was amplified, labeled with Cy3 by multiplex PCR; and hybridized to microarrays. Spot signal intensities were 18 to 74 times greater for perfect matches than for mismatched target sequences differing by a single nucleotide (discrimination ratio) for "homozygous" DNA from healthy individuals. "Heterozygous" mutant DNA samples gave signal intensity ratios close to 1 at the positions of the mutations as expected. Genotyping by this method was therefore reliable. This system now combines the principle of highly specific genotyping based on stem-loop structure probes with the advantages of multiplex analysis.
ACCESSION #
47915641

 

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