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Assessing genome-wide gene expression by non-invasive imaging

Stanford researchers have developed a computational method to identify sets of imaging features that are sufficient to predict the global gene expression pattern. This particular method of molecular profiling determines the gene expression levels in huma...
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Inducible Binary Expression System

Stanford researchers have developed a versatile inducible binary expression system. This system enables control over transgene expression in animal models, such that transgene expression occurs only in specific cells or tissues. In addition, it provides t...
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