QIAGEN OmicSoft and Biomedical Knowledge Base

Subgroup sample expression data by multiple variables

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April 08, 2020
In OncoLand, each sample can be grouped by extensive metadata, including clinical metadata such as clinical calls of receptor expression by immunohistochemistry. You can quickly partition a gene's expression by each permutation of multiple clinical variables to identify combinations (such as triple-negative breast cancer samples) that are significantly different.

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