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scPLS – Controlling for confounding effects in single cell RNA sequencing studies using both control and target genes

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Single cell RNA sequencing (scRNAseq) technique is becoming increasingly popular for unbiased and high-resolutional transcriptome analysis of heterogeneous cell populations. Despite its many advantages, scRNAseq, like any other genomic sequencing technique, is susceptible to the influence of confounding effects. Controlling ...

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Interesting Times in RNA Sequencing

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A multi-institution research group jointly led by Professor Jan Prins and UNC CS alumna Professor Jinze Liu at the University of Kentucky is developing algorithms and software to analyze RNA using high-throughput sequencers. The software is in use in multiple ...

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