The results of the present investigation strongly suggest that superiors who as targets-of-influence communicate in attractive and unattractive styles differentially
affect physician executives' strategic preferences.
One hypothesis for the differential activation of embryonic genes is that information-carrying molecules, such as maternal messenger RNA molecules, are differentially
distributed in the embryo.
Results identified 8,531 differentially
expressed genes between the dissected and non-microdissected specimens.
The study identified hundreds of coding and non-coding transcripts that are differentially
expressed in tumor versus normal, non-cancerous breast tissue, including a subset of genes statistically associated with the recurrence of breast cancer.
They discovered that, despite using cells derived originally from blood, brain-specific and brain-related microRNAs were found to be differentially
expressed in the autistic samples, and that these microRNAs could potentially regulate genes that control many processes known to be disrupted in autism.
We measure the 20,000 genes found in these cells, and using advanced statistical algorithms we identified genes that are differentially
expressed between patients and controls.
Thus in one aspect, this invention relates to a method of generating a transgenic organism, such as a microbe or a plant, having a plurality of traits that are differentially
Findings from the first standardization experiment indicate that individual centers can identify differentially
expressed genes in standard RNA samples with moderate to high correlation across a variety of microarray platforms.
The elevated risk may be "due to physiologic differences that make women differentially
more susceptible," according to the GAO.
The genes that are differentially
expressed are assumed to be responsive to the physiologic state of the cell under these differing conditions.
We also have shown that the PPSS mRNAs of trout are differentially
Many of the youngest homefront children, for instance, fought in Vietnam - should we expect their disproportionate participation in such a particularly difficult war to have differentially
influenced their memory of what World War II meant in their own families?