5.3 years ago by
RNA-Seq signatures in publications: Lots. Here are some off the top of my head:
https://peerj.com/articles/159/ (algorithm applied to microarray and RNA-Seq data)
RNA-Seq diagnostics in clinic: Probably none. It takes several years to get FDA approval for a diagnostic. Plus, identification of a signature via RNA-Seq doesn't mean final application to use RNA-Seq. For example, I believe most microarray-based signatures in papers that actually made it to the clinic were implemented via qPCR for only the genes in the signature.