Published in Genomics and Genetics Weekly, August 25th, 2000
The statistical method, named gene-shaving because it cuts away useless or irrelevant data to leave clusters of similar genes, was used by the research team at Stanford University to analyze the genetic information of tumors removed from patients suffering from diffuse large cell B-lymphoma (DLCL).
The researchers found that they could identify...
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