Vector analysis as a fast and easy method to compare gene expression responses between different experimental backgrounds

@article{Breitling2005VectorAA,
  title={Vector analysis as a fast and easy method to compare gene expression responses between different experimental backgrounds},
  author={Rainer Breitling and Patrick Armengaud and Anna Amtmann},
  journal={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2005},
  volume={6},
  pages={181 - 181}
}
BackgroundGene expression studies increasingly compare expression responses between different experimental backgrounds (genetic, physiological, or phylogenetic). By focusing on dynamic responses rather than a direct comparison of static expression levels, this type of study allows a finer dissection of primary and secondary regulatory effects in the various backgrounds. Usually, results of such experiments are presented in the form of Venn diagrams, which are intuitive and visually appealing… CONTINUE READING

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