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Analysing RNA-Seq data with the DESeq package

@inproceedings{Anders2011AnalysingRD,
  title={Analysing RNA-Seq data with the DESeq package},
  author={S. Anders},
  year={2011}
}
  • S. Anders
  • Published 2011
  • Biology
  • Abstract A basic task in the analysis of count data from RNA-Seq is the detection of differentially expressed genes. The count data are presented as a table which reports, for each sample, the number of reads that have been assigned to a gene. Analogous analyses also arise for other assay types, such as comparative ChIP-Seq. The package DESeq provides a method to test for differential expression by use of a shrinkage estimtor for the variance. This vignette explains the use of the package. For… CONTINUE READING
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