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High-throughput platforms, such as microarrays, enable the scientists to simultaneously interrogate the expression abundance of tens of thousands of genes in the living cell. A microarray experiment is typically performed by hybridizing target cRNA samples labeled with ﬂuorescent dyes on a glass slide spotted with oligonucleotides. After hybridization, the glass slide is washed and scanned to detect the gene expression levels. Some of the popular microarray platforms include Affymetrix GeneChip, Agilent Microarray, Illumina BeadArray and housemade twocolor arrays.
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2. 833E-019). A closer relationship could be found between adjusted Stiffness Index and age. 279E-040) In order to test the sensitivity of primary factor SI, we compare it with the collected data from different groups. 751). On the other hand, it has positive correlation with age for both groups. All people in patients group came from the Department of Cardiology at Shandong Provincial Hospital and most of them have atherosclerosis which is the main reason for arterial stiffness. This result shows that the SI is a significant factor in pulse wave analysis to detect the degree of arterial stiffness.