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My LinkedIn profile. I work on diagnostics for cancer and other diseases. Any views expressed are my own. They should not be interpreted as reflecting the views of my employers.


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comment Age-associated neurodegenerative diseases
And what of MS, and a definition? Should age-association be defined by epidemiological studies or some other way?
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comment What are the different, high-level programs along which a eukaryotic animal cell can follow?
I agree. Updated question accordingly.
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comment What are the different, high-level programs along which a eukaryotic animal cell can follow?
I've revised my question to a search for disjunct, i.e. mutually exclusive (at one particular point in time) classes of program of roughly the same generality. I find GO is very poor on this: often there are terms that are siblings despite describing a much different granularity, e.g. cell cycle process and membrane docking are siblings.
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comment What are the different, high-level programs along which a eukaryotic animal cell can follow?
Ok. Any thing else I've missed?
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comment Where can I find the tissue-specific protein expression levels for hTERT (telomerase subunit)?
Thanks but this is only gene expression. I'm talking of protein expression, which by no means correlates to gene expression. It's often assayed by immunohistochemistry with scaling up achieved with tissue microarrays
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asked Where can I find the tissue-specific protein expression levels for hTERT (telomerase subunit)?
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revised What is the difference between copy number changes with and without allelic imbalance?
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