Conserved markers between clusters (not between stim/exp etc)

Hi Guys,

Is there a way to assess/look for conserved markers between two clusters (not between a varying group etc)?

Currently, I have identified genes that are both within the DE lists, but I don't really think that captures everything.

For background, I have subsetted a small cluster from a larger cluster, I can run DE between the two and find plenty of genes that are expressed differently but I would like to know essentially what the core genes, eg why they were clustered together in the first place?

Hints, tips would be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks,

J


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