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Microarray Data Analysis

I am looking for a microarray data analysis expert who has experience in gene expression class prediction algorithms for cancer transnational applications.

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    vineet |Sr Domain analyst genomics

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    Vishal |Member

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Csv File

Hi, my inquiry in bioinformatics area. I used to deal with .Csv file, but now i have gse_raw.Tar files which contains cel.Gz files. I need to perform quality control analysis of microarray and create some graphs by using r. At the beginning, i uncompressed the tar file by using this command: tar xvf then, i got a number of files my questions: how can i normalise them by using linux? Could i combine them and convert them to one .Csv file to read them? Thanks

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    DeYung |Systems Engineer

    gz files are still compress files, you have to gunzip those files to get the actual *****s....

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    David |IT Director

    After you gunzip the files, you might end up with csv files. If so, you could combine them all int...

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Bioinformatics

Hi, i need a help in bioinformatics (microarray), from this article: http://genomebiology.Com/content/3/12/research0073 i want to understand the meaning of the following: on average, each gene is represented by 40 probes: 20 'perfect match' probes , and 20 'mismatch' probes . We refer to the perfect match/mismatch pair as a 'probe pair'. Each gene is thus represented by 20 probe pairs. My question how is the mismatch and perfect match probes appear or created in the same spot in the microarray? Thanks

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Field Application Scientist

I am in search of a field application scientist to cover the us territory for a laboratory equipment company. This person would need to love to travel and have a scientific background specifically working with microarrays.

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Protein-protein Interaction

Establish and development a throughput protein/protein interaction screening platform by implementing advanced technologies as spr (biacore), bio-layer interferometry (fortebio), alphascreen and protein microarray. Play a leading role in protein/protein interaction analysis to provide affinity, specificity and kinetic data to support protein characterization as well as drug target and lead selection. Work closely with cross functional team members to provide scientific expertise and insights. Build external visibility by maintaining good publication record and presenting own work at internal and external meetings *phd required. Demonstrated excellent working knowledge and substantial expertise in biacore/spr. Knowledge and experience infortebio/bli, alphascreen, protein microarray or other related state-of-art technologies across a broad range of assays to screen and characterize protein/protein interactions.

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    Kholis |Assisstant Professor, Head of Biochemist

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Sourcing Of Human Biological Samples

Project title: sourcing of human biological samples description: would like to understand the complete overview and details of demand, supply, trends around various hbs samples along with the channels used for procuring the samples like tma, formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded (ffpe) tissues/slides/blocks, tissue microarrays (tmas), fluid - human plasma, liver hepatocytes, fluid - human serum, blood - leukopak, whole, pbmc, bone marrow, fluid - human urine etc.

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    Protein Chips

    Need a food scientist for my company. My company makes a protein chip and we've run into issues with sheeting.

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