An understanding of tissue data variability in relation to processing techniques during and postsurgery would be desirable when testing surgical specimens for clinical diagnostics, drug development, or identification of predictive biomarkers.

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    David, K. A., Unger, F. T., Uhlig, P., Juhl, H., Moore, H. M., Compton, C., . . . Zornig, C. (2014). Surgical procedures and postsurgical tissue processing significantly affect expression of genes and EGFR-pathway proteins in colorectal cancer tissue. Oncotarget, 5(22), 11017-11028. doi:10.18632/oncotarget.2669

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