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Hello everyone,

Im working on a project, where I need to connect a real-time measurement of cell proliferation with single phosphorylation measurement of proteins after several treatments with reactive agents.

However my problem would be is there already some publication concerning this correlation. I mean right now Im dicretizing my datas and doing Chi-square test on it. But I dont like the fact of limiting all this to few classification groups.

Thanks in advance

Rich
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