"Mapping information-rich genotype-phenotype landscapes with genome-scale Perturb-seq" Replogle et al. 2022 - commonly requested supplemental files
Commonly requested supplemental files supporting the publication:
Mapping information-rich genotype-phenotype landscapes with genome-scale Perturb-seq, Replogle, Joseph M. et al. Cell, Volume 185, Issue 14, 2559 - 2575.e28 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2022.05.013:
1) All Anderson-Darling p-values for differential expression analysis
2) Embedding coordinates for Figure 2D
3) Downloadable interactive scatter plot of Fig. 2D
4) Z-normalized expression data used to make Figs. 2 and 4, annotated with the cluster identities from Supplementary Table 3
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