cellOrigins: Finds RNASeq Source Tissues Using In Situ Hybridisation Data

Finds the most likely originating tissue(s) and developmental stage(s) of tissue-specific RNA sequencing data. The package identifies both pure transcriptomes and mixtures of transcriptomes. The most likely identity is found through comparisons of the sequencing data with high-throughput in situ hybridisation patterns. Typical uses are the identification of cancer cell origins, validation of cell culture strain identities, validation of single-cell transcriptomes, and validation of identity and purity of flow-sorting and dissection sequencing products.

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AuthorDavid Molnar
MaintainerDavid Molnar <dmolnar100@icloud.com>
LicenseCC BY-NC-SA 4.0
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cellOrigins documentation built on July 1, 2020, 8:44 p.m.