Evaluation of triple negative breast cancer with heterogeneous immune infiltration
This dataset contains the raw RNA-seq data (FASTQ files) of the samples used in the study title: "Evaluation of triple negative breast cancer with heterogeneous immune infiltration". The dataset is composed of 3 patients with 6 samples per patient (3 with high TILs and 3 with low TILs).
- 18 samples
- DAC: EGAC00001003190
- Technology: NextSeq 500
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Studies are experimental investigations of a particular phenomenon, e.g., case-control studies on a particular trait or cancer research projects reporting matching cancer normal genomes from patients.
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