GCAT's First Iteration
December, 1998: Mary Lee Ledbetter and I inspired by Pat Brown's presentation about microarrys.
December 1999: GCAT is created.
- 20 participating faculty and their students (US and Canada).
- Student results posted on web servers.
- 50 people on GCAT-L listserv.
- Pat Brown generously donated 135 yeast ORF DNA microarrays.
- Genisphere cut special 3DNA Probe Kit deal for GCAT members.
- Richard Bookman (U. Miami, FL) donated yeast mini-chips (96 genes, each spotted 10 times).
- Lee Hood and Tom Milac provided access to DNA microarray readers.
- Denise Wallack launched new research course using yeast genomics.
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