DOI: 10.18129/B9.bioc.PanomiR    

This is the development version of PanomiR; for the stable release version, see PanomiR.

Detection of miRNAs that regulate interacting groups of pathways

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PanomiR is a package to detect miRNAs that target groups of pathways from gene expression data. This package provides functionality for generating pathway activity profiles, determining differentially activated pathways between user-specified conditions, determining clusters of pathways via the PCxN package, and generating miRNAs targeting clusters of pathways. These function can be used separately or sequentially to analyze RNA-Seq data.

Author: Pourya Naderi [aut, cre], Yue Yang (Alan) Teo [aut], Ilya Sytchev [aut], Winston Hide [aut]

Maintainer: Pourya Naderi <pouryany at>

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biocViews GeneExpression, GeneSetEnrichment, GeneTarget, Pathways, Software, miRNA
Version 1.3.0
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