BIO/CSC 295 2011F Bioinformatics

Class 18: Microarrays (1)

Back to Structure Prediction (2). On to Microarrays (2).

This outline is also available in PDF.

Held: Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Summary: We consider our final bioinformatic technique, microarrays. Microarrays are used to study gene expression.

Related Pages:

Notes:

Overview:

Microarrays

Microarrays and Algorithms

Baggerly: Reproducibility

Some useful links

Baggerly's data
http://bioinformatics.mdanderson.org/Supplements/ReproRsch-All/
Slides from the talk
http://videolectures.net/site/normal_dl/tag=76854/cancerbioinformatics2010_baggerly_irrh_01.pdf
Info on NCI60
http://dtp.nci.nih.gov/docs/misc/common_files/cell_list.html
Special issue of The Cancer Letter with info on the case.
http://www.cancerletter.com/articles/20110909
Google Group (just a few threads, but they are interesting)
http://groups.google.com/group/reproducible-research/
A teachable moment - A message from the director of the Duke Institute for Genome Science and Policy
http://www.genome.duke.edu/about/message/archives/Message%20to%20IGSP%20Faculty%20-%20A%20Teachable%20Moment.pdf

Back to Structure Prediction (2). On to Microarrays (2).

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