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From: Routine use of microarray-based gene expression profiling to identify patients with low cytogenetic risk acute myeloid leukemia: accurate results can be obtained even with suboptimal samples

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Heatmap of the 40 markers used to define the four AML classifiers allowing the assignment of all Training Set AML samples to the correct class. From the top to the bottom: APL, t(8;21)-AML, inv(16)-AML, and NK-AML classes - 10 markers per class (normal bone marrow class is not represented). Each column represents a sample; each row represents a marker (gene transcript). The log2 relative gene expression scale is depicted on the bottom left.

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