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Nature Methods, ISSN 1548-7091, 03/2013, Volume 10, Issue 3, pp. 228 - 238
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by Costello, James C and Heiser, Laura M and Georgii, Elisabeth and Gönen, Mehmet and Menden, Michael P and Wang, Nicholas J and Bansal, Mukesh and Ammad-Ud-Din, Muhammad and Hintsanen, Petteri and Khan, Suleiman A and Mpindi, John-Patrick and Kallioniemi, Olli and Honkela, Antti and Aittokallio, Tero and Wennerberg, Krister and Collins, James J and Gallahan, Dan and Singer, Dinah and Saez-Rodriguez, Julio and Kaski, Samuel and Gray, Joe W and Stolovitzky, Gustavo and Abbuehl, Jean-Paul and Allen, Jeffrey and Altman, Russ B and Balcome, Shawn and Battle, Alexis and Bender, Andreas and Berger, Bonnie and Bernard, Jonathan and Bhattacharjee, Madhuchhanda and Bhuvaneshwar, Krithika and Bieberich, Andrew A and Boehm, Fred and Califano, Andrea and Chan, Christina and Chen, Beibei and Chen, Ting-Huei and Choi, Jaejoon and Coelho, Luis Pedro and Cokelaer, Thomas and Collins, James C and Creighton, Chad J and Cui, Jike and Dampier, Will and Davisson, V. Jo and De Baets, Bernard and Deshpande, Raamesh and DiCamillo, Barbara and Dundar, Murat and Duren, Zhana and Ertel, Adam and Fan, Haoyang and Fang, Hongbin and Gauba, Robinder and Gottlieb, Assaf and Grau, Michael and Gusev, Yuriy and Ha, Min Jin and Han, Leng and Harris, Michael and Henderson, Nicholas and Hejase, Hussein A and Homicsko, Krisztian and Hou, Jack P and Hwang, Woochang and IJzerman, Adriaan P and Karacali, Bilge and Keles, Sunduz and Kendziorski, Christina and Kim, Junho and Kim, Min and Kim, Youngchul and Knowles, David A and Koller, Daphne and Lee, Junehawk and Lee, Jae K and Lenselink, Eelke B and Li, Biao and Li, Bin and Li, Jun and Liang, Han and Ma, Jian and Madhavan, Subha and Mooney, Sean and Myers, Chad L and Newton, Michael A and Overington, John P and Pal, Ranadip and Peng, Jian and Pestell, Richard and Prill, Robert J and Qiu, Peng and Rajwa, Bartek and Sadanandam, Anguraj and Sambo, Francesco and Shin, Hyunjin and Song, Jiuzhou and Song, Lei and Sridhar, Arvind and ... and NCI DREAM Community
Nature Biotechnology, ISSN 1087-0156, 12/2014, Volume 32, Issue 12, pp. 1202 - 1212
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Predictive modeling plays key role in providing accurate prognosis and enables us to take a step closer to personalized treatment. We identified two potential... 
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Frontiers in Genetics, ISSN 1664-8021, 2012, Volume 3, p. 239
mRNA-Seq is a precise and highly reproducible technique for measurement of transcripts levels and yields sequence information of a transcriptome at a single... 
mRNA-Seq | Multi-sample comparison | Bayesian t-test | Bayesian latent variable modeling | Isoform expression | Spike-n-slab method | isoform-expression | mRNA-seq | spike-n-slab method | multi-sample comparison
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Bioinformatics, ISSN 1367-4803, 11/2004, Volume 20, Issue 17, p. 2943
  Motivation: The statistical analysis of microarray data usually proceeds in a sequential manner, with the output of the previous step always serving as the... 
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Bioinformatics, ISSN 1367-4803, 11/2004, Volume 20, Issue 17, pp. 2943 - 2953
MOTIVATION: The statistical analysis of microarray data usually proceeds in a sequential manner, with the output of the previous step always serving as the... 
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