18 November 2019

Van Rooij, Mandaviya, , Heijmans, van Meurs and co compare methods for analyzing methylation array and RNA-seq data, using four cohorts looking at DNAm, gene expression, age, BMI, and smoking. Normalization method does not have major effect

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