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  • Posted: 01/28/2005
  • Reviewed: 09/01/2006

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Cancer Genome Project

      Slide Number and Title
  1. Once a Molecular Black Box
  2. Today an Open Box
  3. Enter CGAP: NCI's Program To Study Molecular Changes in Cancer
  4. CGAP Studies Genomes
  5. DNA Molecules: The Building Blocks of the Genome
  6. Genes: Functional Regions Within DNA Molecules
  7. Genes "Switch On"
  8. Gene to mRNA to Protein
  9. Cancer - Genes With Design Problems
  10. Expression Profiles
  11. Expression Profiles in Cancer
  12. Measuring Expression Profiles: Step 1. Isolating the mRNA
  13. Measuring Expression Profiles: Step 2. Converting mRNA into cDNA
  14. Measuring Expression Profiles: Step 3. Converting the cDNA into a cDNA Library
     
  1. Measuring Expression Profiles: Step 4. Isolating Each Bacterium
  2. Measuring Expression Profiles: Step 5. Identifying the Clones
  3. Active Gene to EST
  4. CGAP Helps Cancer Research in the Lab: Gene Analysis and Gene Discovery
  5. CGAP Helps Cancer Research in the Lab: Understanding More About Cancer Biology I
  6. CGAP Helps Cancer Research in the Lab: Understanding More About Cancer Biology II
  7. CGAP Helps Cancer Research in the Lab: Understanding More About Cancer Biology III
  8. CGAP Helps Cancer Research in the Lab: Understanding More About Cancer Biology IV
  9. CGAP Helps Cancer Research in the Clinic: Understanding More About Cancer Biology
  10. CGAP Helps Cancer Research in the Clinic: Step 1. Microarrays in Diagnosis
  11. CGAP Helps Cancer Research in the Clinic: Step 2. Microarrays in Diagnosis
  12. CGAP Helps Cancer Research in the Clinic: Step 3. Microarrays in Diagnosis
  13. CGAP Helps Cancer Research in the Clinic: Differentiating Between Cancers with Similar Clinical Symptoms
  14. CGAP Helps Scientists, Clinicians, and Patients