Table 1

Correlations between liver/brain RQ ratios of amplified vs. unamplified RNAs. For each correlation, n is the number of PCR results retained after filtering the amplification efficiency [22]. The correlation coefficient (r) is shown along with its 95% confidence interval (CI). Each correlation was significant at p < 0.0001. A cross-correlation matrix showing all relationships between samples is available at http://cord.rutgers.edu/amplification/index.html webcite

n*

r

95% CI

p


MessageAmp™

121

0.80

0.74 To 0.85

<0.0001

Ovation™

112

0.82

0.76 To 0.86

<0.0001

SenseAmp™ Version 1

118

0.87

0.83 To 0.90

<0.0001

SenseAmp™ Version 2

121

0.88

0.85 To 0.91

<0.0001

SenseAmp™ Version 1–2

121

0.90

0.87 To 0.93

<0.0001

2 Rounds Version 1–2

121

0.89

0.85 To 0.92

<0.0001

SenseAmp™ on degraded RNA

121

0.94

0.92 To 0.96

<0.0001


* number of valid samples shared with unamplified control

Pearson correlation coefficient

Goff et al. BMC Genomics 2004 5:76   doi:10.1186/1471-2164-5-76

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