Selected Publications on Scanner Evaluation Tools
Lee JK., Heimer BW, Systematic study of fluorescein-functionalized macrophotoinitiators for colorimetric bioassays, Biomacromolecules 13.4 (2012): 1136-1143
Risinger A, Williams C: ScanArray Gx Plus/ProScanArray Competitive Performance Analysis Using a Commercial Test Slide, Application Note, PerkinElerm Life and Analytical Sciences, Shelton, CT, USA, www.perkinelmer.com.
“The Full Moon BioSystems All Purpose Scanner Evaluation Slide (Prod # AV05) was used to perform these experiments…”
Shi L, Tong W, et al.: Microarray Scanner Calibration Curves: Characteristics and Implications, BMC Bioinformatics 2005, 6(Suppl 2):S11.
“The microarray scanner calibration slide from Full Moon BioSystems Inc. (Sunnyvale, CA, USA) has been developed for performing quantitative evaluations microarray scanners in terms of dynamic range, limit of detection, uniformity of microarray scanners, channel-to-channel cross-talk, and laser stability.”
Wang L, Gaigalas A, et al.: Effect of Target and Probe Concentrations on Hybridization in DNA Microarrays, Microarray and Combinatorial Techniques: Design, Fabrication, and Analysis II. Edited by Nicolau, Dan V; Raghavachari, Ramesh. Proceeding of the SPIE, Vol. 5328, pp. 129-139 (2004).
“Scanner Calibration Slides (manufactured by Full Moon BioSystems) were used to concert the fluorescence signals into fluorophore per um2 in order eliminate possible variation from scanner.”
Zhang Y, Milam VT, et al.: Differential Adhesion of Microspheres Mediated by DNA Hybridization I: Experiment, Biophysical Journal, 90:4128-4136 (2006).
“The slides are then scanner with ScanArray 5000 (PerkinElmer Life and Analytical Sciences, Wellesley, MA) and the fluorescent intensity is compared with that of a calibration slide (Full Moon BioSystems, Sunnyvale, CA).”