DNA Microarray - Microarrays and Bioinformatics

Microarrays and Bioinformatics

The advent of inexpensive microarray experiments created several specific bioinformatics challenges:

  • the multiple levels of replication in experimental design (Experimental design)
  • the number of platforms and independent groups and data format (Standardization)
  • the treatment of the data (Statistical analysis)
  • accuracy and precision (Relation between probe and gene)
  • the sheer volume of data and the ability to share it (Data warehousing)

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