DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.NanoporeRNASeq    

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Nanopore RNA-Seq Example data

Bioconductor version: 3.13

The NanoporeRNASeq package contains long read RNA-Seq data generated using Oxford Nanopore Sequencing. The data consists of 6 samples from two human cell lines (K562 and MCF7) that were generated by the SG-NEx project. Each of these cell lines has three replicates, with 1 direct RNA sequencing data and 2 cDNA sequencing data. Reads are aligned to chromosome 22 (Grch38) and stored as bam files. The original data is from the SG-NEx project.

Author: Jonathan Goeke Developer [aut], Ying Chen Developer [cre], Yuk Kei Wan Developer [aut]

Maintainer: Ying Chen Developer <chen_ying at>

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biocViews ExperimentData, ExperimentHub, Genome, RNASeqData, SequencingData
Version 1.2.1
License GPL-3 + file LICENSE
Depends R (>= 4.0.0), ExperimentHub(>= 1.15.3)
Suggests knitr, bambu, ggbio, BSgenome.Hsapiens.NCBI.GRCh38, circlize, ComplexHeatmap, apeglm, rlang, rmarkdown, GenomicAlignments, Rsamtools
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