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Default RMA normalization



Hello

I'm using several gene expression experiments, most of the data is presented as counts, which I normalized to Log ratio. However there are some data presented as RMA values (0-20 range).
I wanted to know what is the proper way for normalization of RMA values (of gene expression) to Log ratio values?

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