Assessing individual differences in genome-wide gene expression in human whole blood: reliability over four hours and stability over 10 months.

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Studying the causes and correlates of natural variation in gene expression in healthy populations assumes that individual differences in gene expression can be reliably and stably assessed across time. However, this is yet to be established. We examined 4-hour test-retest reliability and 10 month test-retest stability of individual differences in gene… (More)
DOI: 10.1375/twin.12.4.372

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@article{Meaburn2009AssessingID, title={Assessing individual differences in genome-wide gene expression in human whole blood: reliability over four hours and stability over 10 months.}, author={Emma L. Meaburn and Cathy Fernandes and Ian Craig and Robert Plomin and Leonard C. Schalkwyk}, journal={Twin research and human genetics : the official journal of the International Society for Twin Studies}, year={2009}, volume={12 4}, pages={372-80} }