User: Vincent Detours

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Bioinformatics postdoc in Brussels
... Bioinformatics postdoc in Brussels A postdoc position in bioinformatics is available starting in July 2009 at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, for 2 years. The successful applicant will join a interdisciplinary team of clinical oncologists, geneticists, molecular biologists and bioinfor ...
sequencing epigenetics cancer breast written 8.7 years ago by Vincent Detours80
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problem with biomaRt and mouse affy queries
... An embedded and charset-unspecified text was scrubbed... Name: not available Url: https://stat.ethz.ch/pipermail/bioconductor/attachments/20060628/ f4f34b07/attachment.pl ...
written 11.4 years ago by Vincent Detours80 • updated 11.4 years ago by Steffen Durinck580
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Answer: A: Large # of significant genes with SAM
... Dear all, A few precisions regarding my previous posting 1- our cDNA data correlates at 0.72 (comparing >6000 genes averaged over patients) with data from another completely independent group using Affy U133 chips and different lab technicians, pathologists and sammples. 2- running SAM @ q< ...
written 12.5 years ago by Vincent Detours80
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Comment: C: Large # of significant genes with SAM
... ignore previous message, my finger slipped on the wrong key!! Sorry! Correct reply is comming soon Vincent On Tue, 10 May 2005, Sean Davis wrote: > Date: Tue, 10 May 2005 11:58:37 -0400 > From: Sean Davis > To: Joern Toedling > Cc: Vincent Detours , > Bioconductor mailing li ...
written 12.5 years ago by Vincent Detours80
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Comment: C: Large # of significant genes with SAM
... Just a few precisions 1- our cDNA data correlates at 0.72 (comparing gene averages over patients) with data from another completely independent group using Affy U133 chips. This excludes gross programing errors, and more. 2- running SAM @ q<30% on their data I that more than 30% of the genes ar ...
written 12.5 years ago by Vincent Detours80
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Large # of significant genes with SAM
... Dear all, Your expert opinion are most welcome on the following. I am finding using siggenes' SAM @ q<0.05 (26 samples on cDNA chips) that 37% of all genes are regulated with respect to patient-matched "normal" tissues in somme tumors not particularly known for huge aneuploidy. Looking at anoth ...
cancer affy written 12.5 years ago by Vincent Detours80 • updated 12.5 years ago by Charles Berry290
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Re: HGU95a and HGU95av2 with gcrma and combineAffybatch
... Dear all, Here is follow up on a recent posting regarding join gcrma normalisation of hu95a and hgu95av2 chips, or any such pairs of GeneChips, an issue that came up several times on the list. Zhijin Wu kindly worked out the following solution, which I applied sucessfully: ----------------------- ...
hgu95a hgu95av2 cdf gcrma written 12.9 years ago by Vincent Detours80
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HGU95a and HGU95av2 with gcrma
... Dear all, I need to run gcrma on HGU95a and HGU95av2 arrays. Although the issue came up on the list, no answer was posted. I downloaded hgu95av12mixcdf from http://www.stat.berkeley.edu/~bolstad/mixtureCDF/MixtureCDF.html as recommended in previous postings. RMA ran fine with this later package. ...
hgu95a hgu95av2 cdf gcrma written 13.0 years ago by Vincent Detours80 • updated 13.0 years ago by Wolfgang Huber13k

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