Original publication of Subtractive Hybridization?

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Original publication of Subtractive Hybridization?

For a review article, I am trying to find the original publication describing the technique "subtractive hybridization" for differential gene expression. I think it was in the late '70s/early '80s, but I have not been able to definitively find the original paper of the group that invented it. Any help would be appreciated.

camembert
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maybe this article can help

maybe this article can help you in your search I didn't check the references
Isolation of the gene encoding the human T-lymphocyte
differentiation antigen Leu-2 (T8) by gene transfer and
cDNA subtraction

you can find a free copy on pubmed
greetz

samm
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These are some of the

These are some of the earliest refs for subtractive hybridization that our search engine threw up - you might be able to find the original ref in one of these (or one of these may be the original ref for the technique!)
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Correlation of maternal antibody deficiency with susceptibility to neonatal group B streptococcal
CJ Baker, DL Kasper - Cited by 41 - Web Search
... Subtractive Hybridization Identifies a Novel Predicted Protein Mediating Epithelial
Cell Invasion by Virulent Serotype III Group B Streptococcus agalactiae. ...
N Engl J Med, 1976 - content.nejm.org - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Atherosclerosis of the internal mammary artery
HR Kay, ME Korns, RJ Flemma, AJ Tector, D Lepley - Cited by 25 - Web Search
... LD Adams, and BG Sharifi Suppression Subtractive Hybridization Identifies Distinctive
Expression Markers for Coronary and Internal Mammary Arteries Arterioscler ...
Ann Thorac Surg, 1976 - ats.ctsnetjournals.org - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Segmental differentiations of cell junctions in the vascular endothelium. The microvasculature
M Simionescu, N Simionescu, GE Palade - Cited by 27 - Web Search
... Amalric Heterogeneity of Endothelial Cells : The Specialized Phenotype of Human
High Endothelial VenulesCharacterized by Suppression Subtractive Hybridization ...
J Cell Biol, 1975 - intl.jcb.org - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

In-vitro uptake of glucose by bovine blastocysts
JP Renard, A Philippon, Y Menezo - Cited by 14 - Web Search
... RD Geisert, and JR Malayer Analysis of Gene Expression in the Bovine Blastocyst
Produced In Vitro Using Suppression-Subtractive Hybridization Biol Reprod ...
J Reprod Fertil, 1980 - reproduction-online.org - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

Antibody-dependent killing of erythrocyte and tumor targets by macrophage-related cell lines:
P Ralph, I Nakoinz -

BJ Morrow, JE Graham, and R. Curtiss III Genomic Subtractive Hybridization
and Selective Capture of Transcribed Sequences Identify a Novel Salmonella ...
J. Immunol, 1977 - jimmunol.org - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

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JonathanMeade wrote:For a

JonathanMeade wrote:

For a review article, I am trying to find the original publication describing the technique "subtractive hybridization" for differential gene expression. I think it was in the late '70s/early '80s, but I have not been able to definitively find the original paper of the group that invented it. Any help would be appreciated.

High throughput detection of differential expression of genes is an efficient means of identifying genes and pathways that may play a role in biological systems under certain experimental conditions. There exist a variety of approaches that could be used to identify groups of genes that change in expression in response to a particular stimulus or environment. The application of suppression subtractive hybridization (SSH) coupled with cDNA microarray analysis can be done for analysis and isolation of transcripts that change in expression on infection of host cells with a virus. SSH can be used for initial isolation of differentially expressed transcripts, a large-scale validation of which is accomplished by microarray analysis. We can find groups of regulated genes constituting many biochemical pathways that could serve as targets for future investigations to explore their role in some viral pathogenesis.

Many companies are providing tools for gene expression by substractive hybridization. Can anyone name few of these companies?

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JonathanMeade wrote:For a

JonathanMeade wrote:

For a review article, I am trying to find the original publication describing the technique "subtractive hybridization" for differential gene expression. I think it was in the late '70s/early '80s, but I have not been able to definitively find the original paper of the group that invented it. Any help would be appreciated.

Click the link below and search for "substractive hybridization" from 1980 and up.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?CMD=search&DB=pubmed