EpiDiff: a computational tool for Epigenetic Difference Quantification and Identification by Entropy
   
What's New

12/25/2011: EpiDiff 1.0 is now available. Run analysis on your web browser or download EpiDiff. This release includes support for Java 6. For more information, see the release notes. New!

12/22/2011: EpiDiff online tutorial is now available.

12/22/2011: EpiDiff installers on different operating systems can be used formally.

12/21/2011: EpiDiff web server can be launched formally.

12/21/2011: EpiDiff now provides UCSC link for each region to view genome information on UCSC database.

12/20/2011: The view of DMR/DCMR/DEG distribution on chromosomes is now available.

12/18/2011: QDEG module of EpiDiff is now available for the analysis of gene expression data detected by various techniques. QDEG can be used to identify the differentially expressed genes (DEGs) among multiple samples.

11/20/2011: QDCMR module of EpiDiff is now available for the analysis of chromosome modification data detected by ChIP-Seq and other techniques. QDCMR can be used to identify the regions differentially modified by a chromosome modification among multiple samples, or the regions differentially modified by different chromosome modifications in a single biological sample (DCMRs).

11/10/2011: QDMR module of EpiDiff is now available for the analysis of DNA methylation data detected by various techniques. QDMR can be used to identify the differentially methylated regions (DMRs) among multiple samples.

 

 

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