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Cancer Biblio - Bibliography for Section II 1"Comparative...

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Bibliography for Section II: 1. "Comparative Genomic Hybridization (CGH)." Laboratory of Automated Image Analysis. 17 Nov. 2008 < amba.charite.de/cgh/ >. a. This website describes in detail the Process of comparative genomic hybridization. It describes in detail how the process of CGH goes, including realistic procedural information. This website also came with multiple links to further information, as well as pictures and diagrams that proved to be useful. Protocols are explained, however not in depth with an understanding of vocabulary and possible prior experience in the field needed. 2. "MedlinePlus: Researchers Find More Genes Linked to Lung Cancer." National Library of Medicine - National Institutes of Health. 17 Nov. 2008 < http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_70748.html >. a. This article was used as a quick reference to how many different mutations were found that could lead to lung cancer. This was just an example to prove a point that I used that scientists already have the means of comparison when they want to cross check their patients DNA with the DNA of a mutated gene. 3. Pinkel, Daniel, and Donna Albertson. "Array comparative genomic hybridization and its applications in cancer - Nature Genetics." Nature Publishing Group : science journals, jobs, and information. 17 Nov. 2008 < http://www.nature.com/ng/journal/v37/n6s/full/ng1569.html >.
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