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Gene Expression Informatics —it's All In Your Mine

D. Bassett, M. Eisen, M. Boguski
Published 1999 · Biology, Medicine

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Technologies for whole–genome RNA expression studies are becoming increasingly reliable and accessible. However, universal standards to make the data more suitable for comparative analysis and for inter–operability with other information resources have yet to emerge. Improved access to large electronic data sets, reliable and consistent annotation and effective tools for 'data mining' are critical. Analysis methods that exploit large data warehouses of gene expression experiments will be necessary to realize the full potential of this technology.
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