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2001]. Most approaches simply apply the software package from the Eisen lab. Porter et al.  clustered both genes and libraries of 8 normal and cancerous breast tissues, finding differences in the variability of gene expressions in normal and cancerous cells. Nacht et al. , clustered 9 normal and cancerous lung tissues, and showed that normal and cancer could be separated based even on only the 115 most abundant tags. Van Ruissen et al.  used two-way clustering of both libraries and genes of different skin tissues, finding two clusters of genes that are up-regulated in cancerous tissue.
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