Duke 'Pipeline' IDs Control Genes for RT-qPCR-based Expression Studies Across Species, Tissue Types

Duke University researchers developed the method to help identify candidate RT-qPCR control genes for their research comparing tissue-specific human and primate gene expression, but said the method may serve as a useful general tool for normalizing RT-qPCR experiments.

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