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ICG is a wiki-based knowledgebase of '''internal control genes (or reference genes) for RT-qPCR normalization''' in a variety of species across three domains of life. Based on community curation, ICG harnesses collective intelligence to integrate a comprehensive collection of internal control genes '''curated from a large volume of literatures''' and provides appropriate internal control genes corresponding to specific experimental conditions for both model and non-model organisms.
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ICG is a wiki-based knowledgebase of '''internal control genes (or reference genes) for RT-qPCR normalization''' in a variety of species. Based on community curation, ICG harnesses collective intelligence to integrate a comprehensive collection of internal control genes '''curated from a large volume of literatures''' and provides appropriate internal control genes corresponding to specific experimental conditions for both model and non-model organisms.
 
<div style="padding:0em 0.5em;text-align:center">''Nothing great is ever accomplished in isolation. – Yo-Yo Ma''</div>
 
<div style="padding:0em 0.5em;text-align:center">''Nothing great is ever accomplished in isolation. – Yo-Yo Ma''</div>
 
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Revision as of 01:17, 14 August 2017

ICG is a wiki-based knowledgebase of internal control genes (or reference genes) for RT-qPCR normalization in a variety of species. Based on community curation, ICG harnesses collective intelligence to integrate a comprehensive collection of internal control genes curated from a large volume of literatures and provides appropriate internal control genes corresponding to specific experimental conditions for both model and non-model organisms.

Nothing great is ever accomplished in isolation. – Yo-Yo Ma
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Animals
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Plants
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Fungi
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Bacteria