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Table 5 Top ranking genes by Z-score (top 24 genes, this paper), by TNoM score (top 30 genes [13]1), and by differential expression in AML or in ALL (top 25 genes, [14]2). As the Z-score can give genes equal scores, a rank of 1 can be assigned to several genes. In our study 12 genes are ranked 1, in that of [13] 3 are ranked 1. The lowest place in a total ordering of the genes is indicated by figure in parenthesis, e.g. (≤12). Genes ranked in column 5 cannot appear in column 6, and vice versa, as indicated by (-). Otherwise, a blank entry indicates a ranking outside of the top 24, 25 or 30 genes respectively.

From: Feature selection and classification for microarray data analysis: Evolutionary methods for identifying predictive genes

Gene Description Rank by Z-score Rank by TNoM1 Rank in AML2 Rank in ALL2
M23197 Myeloid cell surface antigen CD33 1 (≤12) 1 (≤3) 22 (≤22) -
X04145 T-cell surface glycoprotein CD3 1 (≤12)    
M31211 Myosin light chain 1 (≤12) 6 (≤20) - 4 (≤4)
M31303 Leukemia-associated phosphoprotein 2 (≤13) 7 (≤32) - 11 (≤13)
U50136 Leukotriene C4 3 (≤24) 7 (≤32) 3 (≤3) -
M28170 B-lymphocyte surface antigen CD19 3 (≤24)    
J04132 T-cell surface glycoprotein CD3 3 (≤24)    
X95735 Zyxin   1 (≤3) 6 (≤6) -
M55150 Fumarylacetoacetate   6 (≤20) 1 (≤1) -
X59417 Proteasome iota chain   6 (≤20) - 3 (≤3)
U22376 C-myb    - 1 (≤1)