Single Cell Seminar Series
Rahul Satija: (Azimuth) Annotation of Cell Types in Single Cell Analysis of Cancer
When: Apr. 6th, 2023 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Presented By: Rahul Satija (NYU)
Associate Professor of Biology
Center for Genomics and Systems Biology
12 Waverly Place
New York, NY 10003
About this Class
Azimuth is a web application that uses an annotated reference dataset to automate the processing, analysis, and interpretation of a new single-cell RNA-seq experiment. Azimuth leverages a 'reference-based mapping' pipeline that inputs a counts matrix of gene expression in single cells, and performs normalization, visualization, cell annotation, and differential expression (biomarker discovery). All results can be explored within the app, and easily downloaded for additional downstream analysis. - Satija Lab
The development of Azimuth is led by the New York Genome Center Mapping Component as part of the NIH Human Biomolecular Atlas Project (HuBMAP).
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