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Additional file 13 of Detection of gene fusions using targeted next-generation sequencing: a comparative evaluation

Title :
Additional file 13 of Detection of gene fusions using targeted next-generation sequencing: a comparative evaluation
Authors :
Heydt, Carina
Wölwer, Christina B.
Camacho, Oscar Velazquez
Wagener-Ryczek, Svenja
Pappesch, Roberto
Siemanowski, Janna
Rehker, Jan
Haller, Florian
Agaimy, Abbas
Worm, Karl
Herold, Thomas
Pfarr, Nicole
Weichert, Wilko
Kirchner, Thomas
Jung, Andreas
Kumbrink, Jörg
Goering, Wolfgang
Esposito, Irene
Buettner, Reinhard
Hillmer, Axel M.
Merkelbach-Bruse, Sabine
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Subject Terms :
Genetics
FOS: Biological sciences
Publisher Information :
figshare, 2021.
Publication Year :
2021
DOI :
10.6084/m9.figshare.14131319.v1
Availability :
https://explore.openaire.eu/search/publication?articleId=doi_dedup___::6e5e0bef4d9f3d70f2517e8d1becbe1f
Accession Number :
edsair.doi.dedup.....6e5e0bef4d9f3d70f2517e8d1becbe1f
Additional file 13: Fig. S13. Fusions detected with the Oncomine Focus Assay (Thermo Fisher Scientific) for all samples. Metrics such as quality control scores, in-frame status or filter thresholds were plotted when available. In cases where the same fusion was identified more than once within the same sample, a unique numbering scheme was added at the end of the name to differentiate the candidate fusions. The numbering however, does not imply any special order or preference over the other fusions with the same name. The putative detected fusions were arranged in decreasing order based on the number of fusion-supporting reads. The expected fusion for each sample was highlighted in bold.

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