[BioC] two color array vs. one color array
yee.leon at gmail.com
Wed Dec 17 14:18:57 CET 2008
> People generally use what is most cost effective for the application.
> Some 1-color systems are more accurate than some 2 color systems. And
> some 1-color systems are cheaper per sample, processed. Some
> investigators are interested in particular genes which may be printed on
> some commercial arrays but not others. (Most "whole genome" arrays do
> not cover the whole genome.) Experimental design is more picky for 2
> color arrays because the within array variance is usually smaller than
> the between array variance... If you are using commercial arrays, you
> also need to consider the bioinformatics tools available.
Thank you very much! I'm now much more clear about this.
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