DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.octad.db  

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Open Cancer TherApeutic Discovery (OCTAD) database

Bioconductor version: 3.16

Open Cancer TherApeutic Discovery (OCTAD) package implies sRGES approach for the drug discovery. The essential idea is to identify drugs that reverse the gene expression signature of a disease by tamping down over-expressed genes and stimulating weakly expressed ones. The following package contains all required precomputed data for whole OCTAD pipeline computation.

Author: E. Chekalin [aut, cre], S. Paithankar [aut], B. Zeng [aut], B. Glicksberg [ctb], P. Newbury [ctb], J. Xing [ctb], K. Liu [ctb], A. Wen [ctb], D. Joseph [ctb], B. Chen [aut]

Maintainer: E. Chekalin <eygen.chekalin at gmail.com>

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biocViews CancerData, ExperimentData, ExperimentHub, ExpressionData, SequencingData
Version 1.0.0
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