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Subtraction Technique

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  • We have used subtractive suppression hybridization (SSH), a PCR-based cDNA subtraction technique, to contrast differential gene expression profiles in immortalized, non-tumorigenic rat embryo fibroblasts and in HRAS- transformed cells [4].
  • The image contrast was significantly greater for the AFP-containing tumors, and the subtraction technique enhanced the image contrast more than 2-fold [5].
  • In conclusion, the PCR-selected subtraction technique identified PAI-1 as one of the genes characterizing an early response of HUVEC to the diabetic-like interstitial environment modeled by GC and responsible for the defective branching of endothelial cells [6].
  • MR characterization of suspicious breast lesions with a gadolinium-enhanced TurboFLASH subtraction technique [7].
  • The advantages of spectral subtraction techniques were demonstrated for separation of SCP ROA signals when multiple chiral entities are present [8].

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