TITLE

Proposed methods for testing and selecting the ERCC external RNA controls

AUTHOR(S)
External RNA Controls Consortium
PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
BMC Genomics;2005, Vol. 6, p150
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The External RNA Control Consortium (ERCC) is an ad-hoc group with approximately 70 members from private, public, and academic organizations. The group is developing a set of external RNA control transcripts that can be used to assess technical performance in gene expression assays. The ERCC is now initiating the Testing Phase of the project, during which candidate external RNA controls will be evaluated in both microarray and QRT-PCR gene expression platforms. This document describes the proposed experiments and informatics process that will be followed to test and qualify individual controls. The ERCC is distributing this description of the proposed testing process in an effort to gain consensus and to encourage feedback from the scientific community. On October 4-5, 2005, the ERCC met to further review the document, clarify ambiguities, and plan next steps. A summary of this meeting and changes to the test plan are provided as an appendix to this manuscript.
ACCESSION #
28858571

 

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