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scKINETICS: Inference of regulatory velocity with single-cell transcriptomics data

In the realm of transcriptional dynamics, understanding the intricate interplay of regulatory proteins is crucial for deciphering processes ranging from normal development to disease progression. However, traditional RNA velocity methods often overlook the underlying regulatory drivers of gene expression changes over time. This gap in knowledge hinders our ability to unravel the mechanistic intricacies of these dynamic processes. scKINETICs (Key regulatory Interaction NETwork for Inferring Cell Speed) (Burdziak et al, 2023) offers a dynamic model for gene expression changes that simultaneously learns per-cell transcriptional velocities and a governing gene regulatory network. By employing an expectation-maximization approach, scKINETICS quantifies the impact of each regulatory element on its target genes, incorporating insights from epigenetic data, gene-gene coexpression patterns and constraints dictated by the phenotypic manifold.

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CS-CORE: Cell-type-specific co-expression inference from single cell RNA-sequencing data

The recent development of single-cell RNA-sequencing (scRNA-seq) technology has enabled us to infer cell-type-specific co-expression networks, enhancing our understanding of cell-type-specific biological functions. However, existing methods proposed for this task still face challenges due to unique characteristics in scRNA-seq data, such as high sequencing depth variations across cells and measurement errors. CS-CORE (Su, C., Xu, Z., Shan, X. et al., 2023), an R package for cell-type-specific co-expression inference, explicitly models sequencing depth variations and measurement errors in scRNA-seq data. In this notebook, we will illustrate an example workflow of CS-CORE using a dataset of Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells (PBMC) from COVID patients and healthy controls (Wilk et al., 2020). The notebook content is inspired by CS-CORE's vignette and modified to demonstrate how the tool works on BioTuring's platform.

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CopyKAT: Delineating copy number and clonal substructure in human tumors from single-cell transcriptomes

Classification of tumor and normal cells in the tumor microenvironment from scRNA-seq data is an ongoing challenge in human cancer study. Copy number karyotyping of aneuploid tumors (***copyKAT***) (Gao, Ruli, et al., 2021) is a method proposed for identifying copy number variations in single-cell transcriptomics data. It is used to predict aneuploid tumor cells and delineate the clonal substructure of different subpopulations that coexist within the tumor mass. In this notebook, we will illustrate a basic workflow of CopyKAT based on the tutorial provided on CopyKAT's repository. We will use a dataset of triple negative cancer tumors sequenced by 10X Chromium 3'-scRNAseq (GSM4476486) as an example. The dataset contains 20,990 features across 1,097 cells. We have modified the notebook to demonstrate how the tool works on BioTuring's platform.

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