Question: (Closed) Choosing appropriate FPKM cutoff for finding differential expressed genes
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3.6 years ago by
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nazaninhoseinkhan400 wrote:

Hi every body,

I want to analyze the results of Cuffdiff.

Cuffdiff has detected 149 significant differential expressed genes.

However, some genes have FPKM=0 (no read has been mapped) or very small FPKM in one condition.

My question is, should I consider those with FPKM=0 or very small FPKM?

Is it biologically possible that one genes does not expressed in one condition and over expressed in another condition?

I am looking forward your comments

Regards

Nazanin

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 9 weeks ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20 • written 3.6 years ago by nazaninhoseinkhan400
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Dear Nazanin, Hi.

There are some scripts for Filtering "Transcripts Based on Expression Values".

About "Is it biologically possible . . . " in the RNA-seq experiments, I guess the answer could be yes according to case/control condition, but FPKM=0 may has another reason

~ Best

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