how to identify a gene on human chromsome 11

Soonmyoung Paik, M.D. spaik at
Fri Feb 14 20:33:05 EST 1997

You may be interested in reading the article by Jeff Trent's group 
published in Nature Genetics December 1996 issue. They used cDNA 
microarray to identify the genes whose expression have changed when 
chromosome 6 was inserted into tumorigenic cells which resulted in 
suppression of tumorigenic phenotype.
Title: Use of a cDNA microarray to analyse gene expression patterns in 
human cancer
Authors: DeRisi J, et al
Source: Nature Genetics 14:457-460
Good Luck

K-John Cheung wrote:
> hi, our lab has previously found that insertion of human chromosome 11 into bladder cancer cells can protect them from H2O2 damage as assessed 
by MicroNuclei
> staining technique. although the levels of catalse (the catalase gene is situated on chromosome 11) have clearly increased in hte cels with 
the chromosome
> insert, we have reasons to believe that other regions of this chromsome are
> responsible for this protective phenotype. now, we have used differential
> display to blindly find something that might be of interest to us but so far, nono luck. even if we find something, that may not be on 
chromosome 11. so if we
> insist on finding that gene(s) on this chromosome, what techniques are
> recommended??
> RDA, representation difference analysis, sounds kinda good but i am sure how
> reliable and productive it is.
> any comments would be appreciated.
> kjohn
> BC Cancer Research Center & Simon Fraser University, Carcinogenesis Laboratory
> BC, Canada

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