Dahlquist:GenePix Pro Software Protocol

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=== Gridding and Generating Intensity Data ===
=== Gridding and Generating Intensity Data ===
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* Launch GenPix Pro (select Analysis Only) ===
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* Launch GenPix Pro (select Analysis Only)
* On the right hand side of the screen, select the File icon
* On the right hand side of the screen, select the File icon
** Select File > Open Images
** Select File > Open Images
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** Click on the Open button
** Click on the Open button
* Use the brightness and contrast sliders on the upper left hand side to adjust your image to see all of the spots
* Use the brightness and contrast sliders on the upper left hand side to adjust your image to see all of the spots
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* You can use the magnifying glass icon to zoom in on an area of the image
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* You can use the magnifying glass icon to zoom in on an area of the image, and the magnifying glass return icon to go back to the whole chip image
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* On the right hand side of the screen, select the File icon
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** Select Load Array List
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** Red, orange, yellow, green, and pink groups, use the file "yeast_GCAT_Fall2006_gal.gal"
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** Blue group, use the file "GCAT_384_illumina_Spring2007.gal"
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** Click the Open button
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* Using the icon that has an arrow and a square, drag the grids so that they are approximately aligned with the top block of spots
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** Click on the icon that looks like a compass, or a circle with cross-hairs, and select Find Array
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** Click on the icon again, and select Find All Blocks
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** Click on the icon again, and select Align Features in All Blocks
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* On the right hand side of the screen, select the icon that looks like a table of data (it says B, C, R at the top of it)
=== Generating an Array Quality Report ===
=== Generating an Array Quality Report ===

Revision as of 23:49, 13 April 2010

Using GenePix Pro

Gridding and Generating Intensity Data

  • Launch GenPix Pro (select Analysis Only)
  • On the right hand side of the screen, select the File icon
    • Select File > Open Images
    • Navigate to the folder containing your .tif images
    • Hold down the Control key while clicking to select both the 532 and 635 wavelength files
    • Click on the Open button
  • Use the brightness and contrast sliders on the upper left hand side to adjust your image to see all of the spots
  • You can use the magnifying glass icon to zoom in on an area of the image, and the magnifying glass return icon to go back to the whole chip image
  • On the right hand side of the screen, select the File icon
    • Select Load Array List
    • Red, orange, yellow, green, and pink groups, use the file "yeast_GCAT_Fall2006_gal.gal"
    • Blue group, use the file "GCAT_384_illumina_Spring2007.gal"
    • Click the Open button
  • Using the icon that has an arrow and a square, drag the grids so that they are approximately aligned with the top block of spots
    • Click on the icon that looks like a compass, or a circle with cross-hairs, and select Find Array
    • Click on the icon again, and select Find All Blocks
    • Click on the icon again, and select Align Features in All Blocks
  • On the right hand side of the screen, select the icon that looks like a table of data (it says B, C, R at the top of it)

Generating an Array Quality Report

  • Launch GenePix Pro (select Analysis Only)
  • On the right hand side of the screen, select the File icon
  • File > Open Results
  • Select the desired file
  • Select Report tab at the top of the screen
  • On the left side of the screen, under Navigate, select the back arrow or home icon
  • Select Array Quality Control
  • Adjust Vital Statistic Thresholds values to:
Quality Control Limits
Median signal to background > 2.5
Mean of Median background < 500
Median Signal to Noise	> 4
Median % >B + 1 StdDev	> 90
Feature variation < 0.5
Background Variation < 1.2
Features with Saturated pixels	< 3.3%
Not Found < 18%
Bad Features < 7%
  • Select Start
  • Select Show Printable Version
  • File > Print
  • Under Select Printer > Select Adobe PDF
  • Select Print
  • Save on the Desktop
  • Name the file: Chip #_Year-Month-Date
  • The PDF file will either open on its own or you need to open it from the file you saved it to
  • Print the first two pages of the results
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