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Differential analysis in Transcriptomic The strength of randomly picking 'reference' genes

Abstract : Contributions Y.R. conceived the iterative use of randomly picked genes to derive a proper differential analysis free of any knowledge of so-called housekeeping genes. D.D. and Y.R. did the mathematical modeling and analysis of the procedure. D.D. and Y.R. implemented the procedure to confirm empirically this analysis and derive supplementary results about the power. They performed the differential analysis on the real data. C.H. and B.H. conceived and designed the biological experiments. C.H. performed the biological experiments. C.H. and B.H. commented the results obtained on real data.
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Dorota Desaulle, Céline Hoffmann, Bernard Hainque, yves Rozenholc. Differential analysis in Transcriptomic The strength of randomly picking 'reference' genes. 2021. ⟨hal-03420722⟩

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