Charles D. Laird mainly investigates Genetics, DNA, Molecular biology, Fragile X syndrome and Gene. His study involves FMR1, X chromosome, DNA methylation, CpG site and Applications of PCR, a branch of Genetics. He interconnects Mutant and Replication timing in the investigation of issues within FMR1.
In DNA, Charles D. Laird works on issues like Nucleotide, which are connected to Nucleic acid sequence, Fixation, Genetic code and Peptide sequence. The concepts of his Molecular biology study are interwoven with issues in Nucleolus organizer region and Transcription, Nucleosome. His studies deal with areas such as Mutation, Chromosomal fragile site and Cell cycle as well as Fragile X syndrome.
Charles D. Laird mainly focuses on Genetics, DNA, Molecular biology, Fragile X syndrome and Gene. His study in Genetics concentrates on X chromosome, Allele, FMR1, Epigenetics and DNA methylation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Drosophila melanogaster, Genome and Transcription in addition to DNA.
His Molecular biology research incorporates elements of Polytene chromosome, Cell, In situ hybridization, Centromere and Cell biology. His Fragile X syndrome study also includes fields such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Genetics, DNA methylation, Methylation, Epigenetics and Locus. His study in Genetics focuses on CpG site, Allele, Illumina Methylation Assay, Epigenetics of physical exercise and Epigenomics. His study looks at the relationship between CpG site and topics such as Promoter, which overlap with Molecular biology and genomic DNA.
His work in the fields of Allele, such as FMR1, overlaps with other areas such as Primary ovarian insufficiency. His Epigenetics research includes elements of DNA, DNA replication, Stem cell and Cellular differentiation. He is interested in Sequence analysis, which is a field of DNA.
His primary scientific interests are in Genetics, Biochemistry, DNA methylation, Sequence analysis and Oligonucleotide. His research related to Polymerase chain reaction, Multiple displacement amplification and Applications of PCR might be considered part of Genetics. His Polymerase chain reaction research incorporates themes from genomic DNA, DNA, DNA sequencing, Human genome and Ancient DNA.
Charles D. Laird has included themes like Primer dimer, Inverse polymerase chain reaction, Sequence-tagged site, Polymerase cycling assembly and Computational biology in his Multiple displacement amplification study. His study in Sequence analysis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nucleic acid methods, Nucleic acid and Sequence. His Bisulfite sequencing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Illumina Methylation Assay and CpG site.
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Nucleic acid reassociation in formamide.
Betty L. McConaughy;C. D. Laird;Brian J. McCarthy.
Rate of Fixation of Nucleotide Substitutions in Evolution
Charles D. Laird;Betty L. McCONAUGHY;Betty L. McCONAUGHY;Brian J. McCARTHY;Brian J. McCARTHY.
Chromatid structure: relationship between DNA content and nucleotide sequence diversity.
Charles D. Laird.
Association of fragile X syndrome with delayed replication of the FMR1 gene
R. Scott Hansen;Theresa K. Canfield;Mary M. Lamb;Stanley M. Gartler.
Molecular encoding of nucleic acid templates for PCR and other forms of sequence analysis
Megan McCloskey;Charles Laird;R. Hansen;Reinhard Stoger.
Hairpin-bisulfite PCR: Assessing epigenetic methylation patterns on complementary strands of individual DNA molecules
Charles D. Laird;Nicole D. Pleasant;Aaron D. Clark;Jessica L. Sneeden.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
Methylation analysis of CGG sites in the CpG island of the human FMR1 gene
R. S. Hansen;S. M. Gartler;C. R. Scott;Shi-Han Chen.
Human Molecular Genetics (1992)
Comparative organization of active transcription units in Oncopeltus fasciatus.
Victoria E. Foe;Linda E. Wilkinson;Charles D. Laird.
Proposed Mechanism of Inheritance and Expression of the Human Fragile-X Syndrome of Mental Retardation
Charles D. Laird.
Radiation-sensitivity of bacteriophage containing 5-bromodeoxyuridine☆☆☆
Franklin W. Stahl;Jean M. Crasemann;Larry Okun;Evelyn Fox.
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