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The characteristic direction: a geometrical approach to identify differentially expressed genes

BMC Bioinformatics

Mar 22, 2014

Neil R ClarkAvi Ma'ayan

Abstract

Identifying differentially expressed genes (DEG) is a fundamental step in studies that perform genome wide expression profiling. Typically, DEG are identified by univariate approaches such as Significance Analysis of Microarrays (SAM) or Linear Models for Microarray Data (LIMMA) for pro...read more

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Genee-Wiedemann Syndrome
Fluctuation
DEGS1 wt Allele
Transcription, Genetic
Tissue-Specific Gene Expression
Neoplasms
Epithelium
Promoter
Molecular Profiling
Gene Expression
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The characteristic direction: a geometrical approach to identify differentially expressed genes

BMC Bioinformatics

Mar 22, 2014

Neil R ClarkAvi Ma'ayan

PMID: 24650281

DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-15-79

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