comprehensive assessment of isoform quantification accuracy from RNASeq data: How much it can be wrong?
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7.6 years ago
jack ▴ 940

Hi all,

I'm looking good review paper about the transcript quantification accuracy from RNA-seq data.

I want to know that, how far away from the truth can transcript level estimates for the genes which express more than one transcripts? I couldn't find any good review paper which addresses this problem explicitly.

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2.4 years ago

While there may not have been papers on the topic 5+ years ago, a quick search today found this paper:
Evaluation and comparison of computational tools for RNA-seq isoform quantification
and this preprint:
Comparative evaluation of full-length isoform quantification from RNA-Seq

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