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  • microRNA expression from TCGA

    Hello,

    I want to analyze the microRNA BRCA expression for certain patient IDs from TCGA data portal. I have downloaded the level 3 data using miRNAseq filter. But I am not sure how to process the data or get the expression data. I searched for one patient ID and downloaded mirna quantification and isoform quantification text files under the level 3 folder.
    I searched in TCGA user guide but did not find or may have missed how to get expression values.
    Can someone please help me?

    Thanks so much!

    P.S I found Expression-miRNA in https://wiki.nci.nih.gov/display/TCG...sSpecification, but I don't see a file in the download folder
    Last edited by bsharmi; 10-15-2014, 07:17 AM.

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