Highly Expressed Genes in Human High Grade Gliomas: Immunohistochemical Analysis of Data from the Human Protein Atlas

@article{Meyer2014HighlyEG,
  title={Highly Expressed Genes in Human High Grade Gliomas: Immunohistochemical Analysis of Data from the Human Protein Atlas},
  author={Michael Andrew Meyer},
  journal={Neurology International},
  year={2014},
  volume={6}
}
  • M. Meyer
  • Published 22 April 2014
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Neurology International
Gene expression within human glioblastomas were analyzed from data on 20,083 genes entered into the on-line Human Protein Atlas. In selecting genes that are strongly expressed within normal human brain tissue, 58 genes were identified from a search of the 20,083 entries that were rated as showing 90% or greater intensity of expression within normal brain tissues. Of these 58, a subset of 48 genes was identified that not only had expression data for human glioblastomas but also for the human… 
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  • Neurology International
  • 2014