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On the use of random effect models for radiation biodosimetry.

Einbeck, Jochen and Ainsbury, Elizabeth and Barnard, Stephen and Oliveira, Maria and Manning, Grainne and Puig, Pere and Badie, Christophe (2017) 'On the use of random effect models for radiation biodosimetry.', in Extended abstracts Fall 2015 : Biomedical Big Data ; Statistics for Low Dose Radiation Research. Cham: Springer, pp. 89-94. Trends in mathematics. (7).


The application of random effect models to different radiation biomarkers, including cytogenetic, protein-based, and gene-expression based biomarkers, is discussed. Explicit case studies are provided for the latter two scenarios, in which random effect models appear especially attractive as they can cope well with the large inter-individual variation which is typical for these biomarkers.

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Date deposited:16 May 2017
Date of first online publication:09 May 2017
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