Fig. 1: Overview of the CopyKAT analysis workflow. | Nature Biotechnology

Fig. 1: Overview of the CopyKAT analysis workflow.

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

Fig. 1

a, The CopyKAT workflow begins with a UMI count matrix to order genes by their genomic positions and uses the raw count matrix to perform log-Freeman–Turkey transformation to stabilize variance and smooth outliers using a polynomial DLM. b, A subset of normal cells is defined using integrative clustering and the GMM method to infer the copy number (CN) baseline. c, Relative gene expression values in single cells are used for MCMC segmentation, and segments are merged by KS testing. d, Aneuploid tumor and normal cell clusters are classified using normal cell enrichment and GMM distribution tests. e, The clonal substructure of tumor cells is delineated by clustering, and subclones are used for differential expression analysis.

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