Mt Gene Chip Data Mining

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  • Published date: June 21, 2021
    • New York, United States

Gene chip data analysis is a quantitative analysis of the fluorescence intensity signals of hybrids extracted from high-density hybridization maps of gene chips. Massive data are produced in each experiment. on the one hand, this huge amount of data provides the possibility for discovering more and more complex biological laws, on the other hand, it also poses an unprecedented challenge to the data processing and analysis technology.

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