Selection of an inadequate housekeeping gene leads to misinterpretation of target gene expression in zinc deficiency and zinc supplementation models.

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Summary of "Selection of an inadequate housekeeping gene leads to misinterpretation of target gene expression in zinc deficiency and zinc supplementation models."

Numerous studies try to find the most stable housekeeping gene for a specific experimental setup. However, there is no universal housekeeping gene described so far and, therefore, new testing of housekeeping genes at the beginning of a new experiment is of high importance.


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Name: Journal of trace elements in medicine and biology : organ of the Society for Minerals and Trace Elements (GMS)
ISSN: 1878-3252
Pages: 192-197


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