Cross-species global and subset gene expression profiling identifies genes involved in prostate cancer response to selenium

@article{Schlicht2003CrossspeciesGA,
  title={Cross-species global and subset gene expression profiling identifies genes involved in prostate cancer response to selenium},
  author={Michael J. Schlicht and Brian E Matysiak and Tracy Brodzeller and Xinyu Wen and Hang Liu and Guohui Zhou and Rajiv Dhir and Martin J. Hessner and Peter J. Tonellato and Peggy J. Danneman and Morris Pollard and Milton Datta},
  journal={BMC Genomics},
  year={2003},
  volume={5},
  pages={58 - 58}
}
BackgroundGene expression technologies have the ability to generate vast amounts of data, yet there often resides only limited resources for subsequent validation studies. This necessitates the ability to perform sorting and prioritization of the output data. Previously described methodologies have used functional pathways or transcriptional regulatory grouping to sort genes for further study. In this paper we demonstrate a comparative genomics based method to leverage data from animal models… CONTINUE READING
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