Video 36 :Patrick Brown, clip 5

Dr. Patrick Brown is an associate professor of biochemistry at the School of Medicine in Stanford University.

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Talks about the aesthetic pleasure he gets from doing an experiment.

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16751. Video 36 :Patrick Brown, clip 3

The first DNAs used to make the arrays.

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16752. Video 36 :Patrick Brown, clip 4

Differences between the DNA array system and GeneChips(R).

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16750. Video 36 :Patrick Brown, clip 2

The first DNA arrays were made of solid gold.

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15711. Patrick Brown

Patrick Brown works with microarrays at Stanford University.

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16756. Biography 36: Patrick Henry Brown (1954- )

Pat Brown changed the way genomes can be screened with DNA arrays.

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15542. DNA microarray output

DNA microarrays provide the means to analyze patterns of gene expression at different timepoints in a living cell.

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15635. Patrick Brown and Stephen Fodor

Patrick Brown (L) and Stephen Fodor (R).

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15036. Why we developed the microarray, Patrick Brown

Pat Brown talks about developing microarray technology for genome-wide analysis.

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15037. The genome is the script, Patrick Brown

Pat Brown draws an analogy between the genome and a script that tells a cell how to behave.

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