'Microarrays are still predominantly used for gene expression analyses, but they have seen extensive use in genome wide (epigenetic) localization studies. This publication is a great resource for both students and researchers alike working with promotor and cpg island arrays. The chapters are highly informative, focusing on chromatin immunoprecipitation and tiling microarray analysis in both academic and commercial settings. The experimental details and data analysis methods associated with this array format are covered in a comprehensive manner'. -- Gary Hardiman, Ph.D. Director BIOGEM, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, University of California San Diego
About the Author
Neil A. Winegarden, PhD, is head of operations for the University Health Network Microarray Centre. Mark Takahashi, PhD, is a research scientist at the Microarray Centre.