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M and V values generated by geNorm and Normfinder
Coefficients for tissue samples (tendon, cartilage and bone), developing tendon, diseased tendon, monolayer culture and 3D collagen gels.
The most stably expressed reference genes in tendon development and
disease were beta actin (ACTB) and GapDH (M = 0.056, V = 0.057)
When all samples were considered together GapDH was identified as
the most stable gene (Normfinder ratio 0.050) and ACTB the second
most stable gene (Normfinder ratio 0.072) (Table 3).
GeNorm identified GapDH and ACTB to be the most stable pair of
reference genes (M = 0.127, V = 0.048) (Table 3).
Taylor, Sarah E; Vaughan-Thomas, Anne; Clements, Dylan N; Pinchbeck, Gina; Macrory, Lisa C; Smith, Roger KW; Clegg, Peter DJournal: BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders
Issue 1DOI: 10.1186/1471-2474-10-27Published: 2009-12-01Institution(s):
University of Liverpool, University of Edinburgh, Easter Bush Veterinary Centre, Royal Veterinary College
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