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DeSousa2013

 

Poor prognosis colon cancer is defined by a molecularly distinct subtype and precursor lesion

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This package reproduces the main pipeline to analyze the AMC-AJCCII-90 microarray data set in De Sousa et al. accepted by Nature Medicine in 2013.

Author: Xin Wang <Xin.Wang at cruk.cam.ac.uk>

Maintainer: Xin Wang <Xin.Wang at cruk.cam.ac.uk>

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biocViews CancerData, ColonCancerData, ExperimentData, MicroarrayData
Version 1.4.0
License Artistic-2.0
Depends R (>= 2.15)
Imports affy, frma, frmaTools, hgu133plus2.db, hgu133plus2frmavecs, sva, rgl, ConsensusClusterPlus, cluster, siggenes, ROCR, pamr, survival, gplots, AnnotationDbi, Biobase
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