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An abnormal growth of cells that can threaten an individual's life. Cancerous cells are very proliferative and can spread to other parts of the body, creating metastases.

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There is no reason your t-test should reproduce edgeR. In fact, edgeR exists because t-test is inappropriate. edgeR does the tests by pooling information from all genes, because with the low number o …
answered Nov 30 '18 by SmallChess