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microarray_normalization [2010/05/30 23:13]
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 +<fs xx-large>​Microarray Normalization</​fs>​
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 ====== Introduction ====== ====== Introduction ======
 DNA microarray technologies allow for the simultaneous measurement of thousands of genomic features, such as gene expression, copy number variation or SNP variant. The accuracy and reproducibility of microarray measurements has been extensively validated in the past years. Despite of that, in the measurements of any microarray set, there are always //​technological artifacts// that may hide the true biological signal. Such possible distortion of the microarray measurements may produce signal //effects// **within** each arrays but also **across** different arrays in the set. DNA microarray technologies allow for the simultaneous measurement of thousands of genomic features, such as gene expression, copy number variation or SNP variant. The accuracy and reproducibility of microarray measurements has been extensively validated in the past years. Despite of that, in the measurements of any microarray set, there are always //​technological artifacts// that may hide the true biological signal. Such possible distortion of the microarray measurements may produce signal //effects// **within** each arrays but also **across** different arrays in the set.
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