Hi, I'm now using the TCGA RNASeq data (Illumina Genome Analyzer) to do some screening for new interesting candidate genes related to cancer. However, I plotted three housekeeping genes' expression in the dataset and found out that one of them does not have the same expression level in tumor and normal samples. So I was wondering if I can do the screening again, but this time with TCGA data normalized to the housekeeping gene's expression, knowing that TCGA's RNASeq data are already normalized?
Question: Second normalization for TCGA data
3.9 years ago by
yuyu • 0
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