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Table 3 Teragenomics and GNF microarray platforms show strong intra-platform repeatability

From: Quantitative methods for genome-scale analysis of in situ hybridization and correlation with microarray data

Structure TERA1, TERA2 GNF1, GNF2 GNF1, TERA1 GNF1*, TERA1*
Striatum 0.997 (6,026) 0.958 (11,713) 0.711 (3,398) 0.731 (1,968)
Cortex 0.985 (5,958) NA 0.728 (3,693) 0.757 (2,129)
Cerebellum 0.995 (6,066) 0.977 (11,773) 0.731 (3,490) 0.756 (2,035)
Hippocampus 0.992 (5,997) 0.975 (11,777) 0.732 (3,410) 0.755 (1,985)
Olfactory bulb 0.994 (5,987) 0.987 (11,885) 0.727 (3,437) 0.749 (1,992)
Hypothalamus 0.980 (6,099) 0.994 (11,869) 0.716 (3,479) 0.738 (2,017)
  1. Pearson correlation of expression levels is shown followed by the number of genes. Only one replicate from Teragenomics (TERA) and GNF (GNF1) is used in the inter-platform comparison (defined in Materials and methods). *Results are based on genes with positive overlapping probe sequences determined from NCBI BLAST alignments for Teragenomics and GNF probe sequences against the target gene sequence. NA indicates that there is only one GNF cortex data set.