Tag Archives: gene expression

Eliminating platform-based bias

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Molecular subtypes of cancers and autoimmune disease, defined by transcriptomic profiling, have provided insight into disease pathogenesis, molecular heterogeneity, and therapeutic responses. However, technical biases inherent to different gene...

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Gene expression associated with PTSD in World Trade Center responders: An RNA sequencing study

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The gene expression approach has provided promising insights into the pathophysiology of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, few studies used hypothesis-free transcriptome-wide approach to comprehensively understand gene expression underpinning PTSD. Researchers at Stony Brook University conducted a transcriptome-wide expression study ...

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