Data from: RPASE: individual based allele-specific expression detection without prior knowledge of haplotype phase

Mi Wang, Severin Uebbing, Yudi Pawitan & Douglas G. Scofield
Variation in gene expression is believed to make a significant contribution to phenotypic diversity and divergence. The analysis of allele-specific expression (ASE) can reveal important insights into gene expression regulation. We developed a novel method called RPASE (Read-backed Phasing-based ASE detection) to test for genes that show ASE. With mapped RNA-seq data from a single individual and a list of SNPs from the same individual as the only input, RPASE is capable of aggregating information...
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