DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.PhosR    

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A set of methods and tools for comprehensive analysis of phosphoproteomics data

Bioconductor version: 3.12

PhosR is a package for the comprenhensive analysis of phosphoproteomic data. There are two major components to PhosR: processing and downstream analysis. PhosR consists of various processing tools for phosphoproteomics data including filtering, imputation, normalisation, and functional analysis for inferring active kinases and signalling pathways.

Author: Pengyi Yang [aut], Taiyun Kim [aut, cre], Jieun Hani Kim [aut]

Maintainer: Taiyun Kim < at>

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biocViews ResearchField, Software, SystemsBiology
Version 1.0.0
In Bioconductor since BioC 3.12 (R-4.0) (0.5 years)
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Imports ruv, e1071, calibrate, dendextend, limma, pcaMethods, stats, RColorBrewer, circlize, dplyr, igraph, pheatmap, preprocessCore, tidyr, rlang, graphics, grDevices, utils
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