Chimera: a Bioconductor package for secondary analysis of fusion products

@inproceedings{Beccuti2014ChimeraAB,
  title={Chimera: a Bioconductor package for secondary analysis of fusion products},
  author={Marco Beccuti and Matteo Carrara and Francesca Cordero and Fulvio Lazzarato and Susanna Donatelli and Francesca Nadalin and Alberto Policriti and Raffaele Calogero},
  booktitle={Bioinformatics},
  year={2014}
}
SUMMARY Chimera is a Bioconductor package that organizes, annotates, analyses and validates fusions reported by different fusion detection tools; current implementation can deal with output from bellerophontes, chimeraScan, deFuse, fusionCatcher, FusionFinder, FusionHunter, FusionMap, mapSplice, Rsubread, tophat-fusion and STAR. The core of Chimera is a fusion data structure that can store fusion events detected with any of the aforementioned tools. Fusions are then easily manipulated with… CONTINUE READING

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