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Figure 5 | BMC Bioinformatics

Figure 5

From: Asymmetric microarray data produces gene lists highly predictive of research literature on multiple cancer types

Figure 5

Literature Search Results: Histogram representing p-values of the number of top-ranked genes with at least 1 PubMed abstract relating the genes to cancer research from a non-microarray study according to each of the three test procedures. P-values are calculated based on expected data from a hundred random gene lists obtained from the platform and similarly related to non-microarray cancer literature. IV1 results are shown in gray, IV2 in yellow, SAM1 in blue and SAM2 gene lists are in pink. The horizontal line represents a p-value cutoff of 0.0001. * P-values adjusted to maximum number of available top genes.

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