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Only ~3800 genes but 20,160 probes on Atlas Human 3.8 I Microarray? Earl F. Glynn 29/Nov/2005
Re: GAL files from microarrays images   Patrick McConnell 30/Nov/2005
RE: About Microarray   Patrick McConnell 30/Nov/2005
Re: SNP Data Identification   Patrick McConnell 30/Nov/2005
FAQ is wrong about "the microarray paper": No publication describes actual microarray data to be analyzed   Earl F. Glynn 06/Dec/2005
ArrayVision RLS was used to analze Gene Expression Data   Earl F. Glynn 16/Dec/2005
Proteomic Data: Howto get patient identifiers? Meaning of Spectrum names is not clear.   Peter Bewerunge 28/Dec/2005
New relevant paper: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - A clinically empirical approach to its definition and study   Earl F. Glynn 09/Jan/2006
Paper that seems to explain SNP Excel worksheets, COMT, CRHR1, ... TH, TPH2   Earl F. Glynn 18/Jan/2006

Q: What do the names of the Excel worksheets mean, i.e., COMT, CRHR1, CRHR2, MAOA, MAOB, NR3C1, POMC, SLC6A4, TH and TPH2?

A: These apparently are some of the genes that are described in this paper:
"Genetic tests of biologic systems in affective disorders," Hattori, Lie, Zhu and Gershon, 2005, Molecular Psychiatry.


Also see Zurich/deCODE Linkage Mapping Set

I added this info to

Does anyone have a clue what to do with the proteomics data? The CSV files are not "normal" CSV files. The XML files are likely the way to go, but I don't understand the structure or contents of the datasets and reverse-engineering all this takes time.

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No notification when SNP download file was changed on 11/7/2005?   Earl F. Glynn 18/Jan/2006

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