Integrating genomics, big data, and computing to drive the medical innovations of tomorrow

Highlighted Publications

Park E., Pan Z., Zhang Z., Lin L., Xing Y. (2018) The expanding landscape of alternative splicing variation in human populations. American Journal of Human Genetics, 102(1):11-26.

Shen S., Wang Y., Wang C., Wu YN., Xing Y. (2016) SURVIV: Survival Analysis of mRNA Isoform Variation. Nature Communications, 7:11548.

Molinie B.*, Wang J.*, Lim KS., Hillebrand R., Lu ZX., Van Wittenberghe N., Howard BD., Daneshvar K., Mullen A., Dedon P., Xing Y.+, Giallourakis CC.+ (2016) m6A level and isoform characterization sequencing (m6A-LAIC-seq) reveals the census and complexity of the m6A epitranscriptomeNature Methods, 13(8):692-8. (+ joint corresponding authors; * joint first authors).

Shen S.*Park JW.*Lu ZX.Lin L., Henry MD., Wu YN., Zhou Q., Xing Y. (2014) rMATS: Robust and Flexible Detection of Differential Alternative Splicing from Replicate RNA-Seq Data Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 111(51):E5593-601. (* joint first authors).

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