Bioinformatics tools

I have developed (co-developed) following bioinformatics tools:

  • XAEM: A method to accurately quantify isoform expression from multiple RNA-sequencing samples.
  • SCmut: A method to detect cell-level mutation from single-cell RNA-sequencing.
  • FuSeq: A fast method to discover fusion genes from paired-end RNA-seq data.
  • BPSC: An R package for model fitting and differential expression analyses of single-cell RNA-seqquencing data.
  • ISOP: An R package for analysing isoform-level expression patterns in single-cell RNA-sequencing data.
  • speaq: An R package including a suite of informatics tools for spectral alignment and  quantitative analysis of NMR metabolomic profile data.
  • speaq 2.0:  A complete workflow for high-throughput 1D NMR spectra processing and quantification
  • BRCAsubtypes: An interactive webpage to discover subtype-specific isoforms in breast cancer data.

Others:

  • mascotParser: An R package for parsing for Mascot search results (PMF and MSMS)
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