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Venice: a non-parametric test for finding marker genes in single-cell RNA-seq data

In this blog, we introduce Venice a non-parametric approach for finding marker genes in single-cell RNA-seq data. Using a widely adopted benchmarking approach (Wang et al. 2019), Venice obtains the best accuracy among 14 other tools. Venice is also the fastest tool among all the benchmarked methods. Venice is open-source,… Read more »

Single-cell News and Views: March 2019

1. An atlas of acute myeloid leukemia at single-cell resolution Adapted from Galan et. al., 2019 Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is a cancer characterized by the accumulation of white blood cells in the bone marrow and blood. The disease has been notoriously challenging to study because of its extreme intratumoral… Read more »