OPLS-DA was successfully applied to select of a limited number of gene transcripts necessary to discriminate wild type and mutated cells in ALL patients. In the above list it was possible to identify candidate genes that could be involved in the molecular mechanisms linking PTPN11 and RAS mutations to B-ALL genesis. OPLS-DA and SIMCA classification provide a set of 50 and 77 variables respectively suitable to discriminate wild type from mutated cells in ALL patients.
|Titolo:||Successful application of OPLS-DA for the discrimination of wild-type and mutated cells in acute lymphoblastic leukaemia|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2009|
|Citazione:||Successful application of OPLS-DA for the discrimination of wild-type and mutated cells in acute lymphoblastic leukaemia / MOLTENI C. G; CAZZANIGA G; CONDORELLI D. F; FORTUNA C; BIONDI A; MUSUMARRA G. - 28(2009), pp. 822-828.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|