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The mutational repertoire of cancers creates the neoepitopes that make cancers immunogenic. Here, we introduce two novel tools that identify, with relatively high accuracy, the small proportion of neoepitopes (among the hundreds of potential neoepitopes) that protect the host through an antitumor T cell response. The two tools consist of (a) the numerical(More)
A major application of RNA-Seq is to perform differential gene expression analysis. Many tools exist to analyze differentially expressed genes in the presence of biological replicates. Frequently, however, RNA-Seq experiments have no or very few biological replicates and development of methods for detecting differentially expressed genes in these scenarios(More)
The retina as a model system with extensive information on genes involved in development/maintenance is of great value for investigations employing deep sequencing to capture transcriptome change over time. This in turn could enable us to find patterns in gene expression across time to reveal transition in biological processes. We developed a bioinformatics(More)
In eukaryotes, gene expression requires splicing, which starts with the identification of exon-intron boundaries by the small, nuclear RNA (snRNAs) of the spliceosome, aided by associated proteins. In the mammalian genome, <1% of introns lack canonical exon-intron boundary sequences and cannot be spliced by the canonical splicing machinery. These introns(More)
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