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Maps of variability in cell lineage trees

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Maps of variability in cell lineage trees

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02/11/2019

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Correlation Structure in Micro-ECoG Recordings is Described by Spatially Coherent Components

Electrocorticography (ECoG) is a type of electrophysiological monitoring that uses electrodes placed directly on the exposed surface of the brain. ECoG is a promising technique for studying the brain, and EcoG signals can be used to control brain-computer interfaces. Advances have made it possible to record simultaneously with an increasing number of smaller, and more closely spaced electrodes. 

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Correlation Structure in Micro-ECoG Recordings is Described by Spatially Coherent Components

02/11/2019

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How good are pathogenicity predictors in detecting benign variants?

In precision/personalized medicine of many conditions it is essential to investigate individual’s genome. Interpretation of the observed variation (mutation) sets is feasible only with computational approaches. We assessed the performance of variant pathogenicity/tolerance prediction programs on benign variants

How good are pathogenicity predictors in detecting benign variants?

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02/14/2019

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IRIS-EDA: An integrated RNA-Seq interpretation system for gene expression data analysis

Next-Generation Sequencing has made available substantial amounts of large-scale Omics data, providing unprecedented opportunities to understand complex biological systems. Specifically, the value of RNA-Sequencing (RNA-Seq) data has been confirmed in inferring how gene regulatory systems will respond under various conditions (bulk data) or cell types (single-cell data). 

IRIS-EDA: An integrated RNA-Seq interpretation system for gene expression data analysis

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Predicted functional linkage gene networks

The image shows predicted functional linkage gene networks for large and small cytoplasmic ribosomal subunits in eukaryotes, derived from phylogenetic analysis of whole genomes. 

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