Filling gaps in PPAR-alpha signaling through comparative nutrigenomics analysis

@inproceedings{Cavalieri2009FillingGI,
  title={Filling gaps in PPAR-alpha signaling through comparative nutrigenomics analysis},
  author={Duccio Cavalieri and Enrica Calura and Chiara Romualdi and Emmanuela Marchi and Marijana Radonjic and Ben van Ommen and Michael M{\"u}ller},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2009}
}
The application of high-throughput genomic tools in nutrition research is a widespread practice. However, it is becoming increasingly clear that the outcome of individual expression studies is insufficient for the comprehensive understanding of such a complex field. Currently, the availability of the large amounts of expression data in public repositories has opened up new challenges on microarray data analyses. We have focused on PPARα, a ligand-activated transcription factor functioning as… CONTINUE READING

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