Data from: A revised design for microarray experiments to account for experimental noise and uncertainty of probe response

Alex E. Pozhitkov, Peter A. Noble, Jaroslaw Bryk, Diethard Tautz & Jarosław Bryk
Background: Although microarrays are analysis tools in biomedical research, they are known to yield noisy output that usually requires experimental confirmation. To tackle this problem, many studies have developed rules for optimizing probe design and devised complex statistical tools to analyze the output. However, less emphasis has been placed on systematically identifying the noise component as part of the experimental procedure. One source of noise is the variance in probe binding, which can be assessed...
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