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Santa Clara, California) , as well as groups at Stanford University, particularly Patrick O. Brown, in the Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics . , created the first patented DNA microarray wafer chip, the GeneChip. Numerous commercial entities and academic groups have since contributed to advancements in DNA microarray technology. In the most general form, a DNA array is a chip made of nylon membrane, glass or plastic. Usually, the chip is arranged in a regular grid-like pattern and segments of DNA strands are either deposited or synthesized within individual grids.
The basic unit of DNA is formed by a sugar molecule, 2'-deoxyribose, attached to a phosphate residue. 7). The backbone is created by a series of bonds between the 3' carbon of one unit's sugar molecule, the phosphate residue, and the 5' carbon of the next unit. DNA strands have an orientation determined by the numbering of the carbon atoms, which, by convention, starts at the 5' end and finishes at the 3' end. A single-stranded DNA sequence is therefore always written in this canonical 5'—>3' direction, unless otherwise stated .
T h e elimination of cloning, amplification, and printing of DNA reduces many sources of potential noise in the cDNA system and thus constitutes an advantage of this approach to array fabrication. In situ synthesis takes place via a covalent reaction between the 5' hydroxyl group of the sugar of the last nucleotide to be attached to the array and the phosphate group of the next nucleotide. Each nucleotide added to the oligonucleotide probe anchored to the glass chip has a protective group at its 5' position to prevent the addition of more t h a n one base during each round of synthesis.