Alberts R, Terpstra P, Bystrykh LV, de Haan G, Jansen RC

Genetics 2005 Nov;171(3):1437-9

PMID: 16079228

Abstract

Short-oligonucleotide arrays typically contain multiple probes per gene. In genetical genomics applications a statistical model for the individual probe signals can help in separating “true” differential mRNA expression from “ghost” effects caused by polymorphisms, misdesigned probes, and batch effects. It can also help in detecting alternative splicing, start, or termination.

A statistical multiprobe model for analyzing cis and trans genes in genetical genomics experiments with short-oligonucleotide arrays
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