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Table 6 Colon cancer: the top 10 genes and pair-wise gene expression ratio used to discriminate the colon cancer tissue. This table is ranked with decreasing classification efficiency. The threshold values T i for normal tissues are also provided together with classification efficiency. The list of top 25 genes can be downloaded from http://web.hku.hk/~daniely/microarray.

From: Classification between normal and tumor tissues based on the pair-wise gene expression ratio

Colon Cancer-Original data Colon Cancer-Transformed data
Rank No. on array gene accession number gene info Threshold for normal tissue type, T j discriminating efficiency*/% Ref Rank gene number on array Threshold for normal tissue type, T i discriminating efficiency*/% Ref
1 #1659 M26383 Human monocyte-derived neutrophil-activating protein (MONAP) mRNA, complete cds. <62.7375 87.1% [12,13] 1 #1537/#1831 <0.75512 93.6% [27,28]
2 #753 M76378 Human cysteine-rich protein (CRP) gene, exons 5 and 6. >749.4075 83.9% [26] 2 #1831/#1537 >1.3243 93.6% [27,28]
3 #613 X12671 Human gene for heterogeneous nuclear ribonucleoprotein (hnRNP) core protein A1. <233.4162 82.3% [33] 3 #1827/#481 <0.074449 91.9% [14,15,39]
4 #569 T51571 P24480 CALGIZZARIN. SERINE/THREONINE-PROTEIN <309.3037 77.4% [34] 4 #1537/#1623 <1.0533 91.9% [27,40]
5 #1103 R97912 KINASE IPL1 (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) <70.2738 75.8% [35] 5 #1831/#1759 >1.4003 91.9% [28]
6 #1759 J05032 Human aspartyl-tRNA synthetase alpha-2 subunit mRNA, complete cds. <41.92 75.8% [36] 6 #1623/#1537 >0.94939 91.9% [27,40]
7 #241 M63391 Human desmin gene, complete cds. >2787.0425 75.8% [17] 7 #365/#1760 >3.3867 91.9% [41,42]
8 #818 R75843 TRANSLATIONAL INITIATION FACTOR 2 GAMMA SUBUNIT (Homo sapiens) <152.5662 74.2% [37] 8 #1759/#1831 <0.71414 91.9% [28]
9 #1960 T57468 FIBRILLARIN (HUMAN). <42.0225 74.2% [38] 9 #1760/#365 <0.29528 91.9%  
10 #1281 H23544 GTP-BINDING NUCLEAR PROTEIN RNA (Homo sapiens) <103.2488 74.2% [20] 10 #481/#1827 >13.432 91.9% [14,15,39]
  1. *discriminating efficiency using only single gene as discriminating axis