Jason Skinner

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The crossover design is a type of longitudinal study with subjects receiving different treatments in different time periods. When carry-over effects are absent, the usual crossover design is structured so that all the information about treatment effects is contained in the within-subject contrasts; standard analyses are based on these within-subject(More)
Gene set analysis methods, which consider predefined groups of genes in the analysis of genomic data, have been successfully applied for analyzing gene expression data in cross-sectional studies. The time-course gene set analysis (TcGSA) introduced here is an extension of gene set analysis to longitudinal data. The proposed method relies on random effects(More)
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