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Assessment of Transcriptomic Variability and Tissue Effects in the Normal Mouse
Wolfinger, R., Chu, T.
Use of GO Terms to Understand the Biological Significance of Microarray Differential Gene Expression Data
Diaz-Uriarte, R., Dopazo, J.
Comparison of Normalization Methods for cDNA Microarrays
Warren, L., Liu, B.
Bayesian Characterizations of Natural Variation in Gene Expression
Bhattacharjee, M., Sillanpaa, M.J., Arjas, E.
How many mice and how many Arrays? Replication in Mouse cDNA Microarray Experiments
Cui, X., Churchill, G.
Organ-Specific Differences in Gene Expression and UniGene Annotations Describing Source Material
Stivers, D., Wang, J., Rosner, G., Coombes, K.
Topological Adjustments to the Genechip Expression Values
Ptitsyn, A.
Assessing Effect of Cross-Hybridization on Oligonucleotide Microarrays
Kachalo, S., Liang, J.
Quantifications of Cross Hybridization on Oligonucleotide Microarrays
Zhang, L., Coombes, K., Xia, L.
Who Are Those Strangers in the Latin Square
Wolfinger, R., Chu T.
Characterization, Modeling, and Simulation of Mouse Microarray Data
Lalush, D.
Bayesian Decomposition Classification of the Project Normal Data Set
Moloshok, T.D., Data, D., Kossenkov, A.V., Ochs, M.F.


Spine Equation Modeling and Univariate Scaling (SEMUS) for Microarray Data Normalization
Ni, T.
Using Robust Statistics for Small Sample Sizes to Identify Differentially Expressed Genes
Hartmann,O., Schafer, H.
Promoter Analysis: Application to the Interpretation of Mouse Gene Expression Data of Project Normal
Davuluri, R., Liyanarachchi, S.
Comparing Normalization Schemes for cDNA Microarray Data
Thygesen, H.

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