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RNAiCut: automated detection of significant genes from functional genomic screens

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Figure 1: RNAiCut results for insulin-triggered MAPK pathway screen in D. melanogaster4.

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We thank J. Bienkowska, M. Booker and K.G. Lu. I.M.K. was partially supported by the John Reed Fund.

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Kaplow, I., Singh, R., Friedman, A. et al. RNAiCut: automated detection of significant genes from functional genomic screens. Nat Methods 6, 476–477 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1038/nmeth0709-476

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