With the rise of both the number and the complexity of traits of interest, control of the false discovery rate (FDR) in genetic association studies has become an increasingly appealing and accepted target for multiple comparison adjustment. While a number of robust FDR-controlling strategies exist, the nature of this error rate is intimately tied to the… (More)
The estimated mean copy per partition (λ) is the essential information from a digital PCR (dPCR) experiment because λ can be used to calculate the target concentration in a sample. However, little information is available how to statistically compare dPCR runs of multiple runs or reduplicates. The comparison of λ values from several runs is a multiple… (More)
The article reports of cases of acute alcohol psychosis in which the diagnosis was changed during repeated courses of inpatient treatment. The question of the nosological independence of acute alcoholic psychosis is discussed in view of these clinical observations.