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Systematic skew in the data is corrected by lowess normalization. Control targets mixed at known ratios are indicated by color. (a) Left panel: unnormalized data. (b) Right panel: normalized data. j15 16 j 1 Introduction to DNA Microarrays be seen even from single samples that are split in two, separately labeled and hybridized. To alleviate this effect, many methods of normalization have been developed. The most popular is a lowess normalization method utilizing local regression to ﬁt each population in an intensity-dependent fashion .
As also mentioned above, ESTs are assembled to create gene models in silico. Thus, with a collection of gene models, it is possible to design complementary DNA sequences that can be synthetically produced for microarray construction and that can be used to identify the expression of the target gene uniquely. Affymetrix arrays, since they are produced in situ, have always been based on a rational design process. 1 Probe Design The ability of a microarray to report on the identity of a hybridization target depends on the probes attached to the microarray surface.