[OP Inactive] clusterProfiler (enrichKEGG) error
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bikash2510 ▴ 30

Getting error still after using correct entrezid for BPM4 gene.

> x="652"
> kk <- enrichKEGG(gene         = x,
+                  organism     = 'hsa',
+                  pvalueCutoff = 0.05)

--> No gene can be mapped....

--> Expected input gene ID: 2194,2271,126,54898,574537,124

--> return NULL...

kegg clusterProfiler Guangchuang Yu • 1.5k views
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There might be several reasons:

1) The entrezid is not the correct one. You might try to feed clusterprofiler all the sysnonyms you find on NCBI and see if one works (I remember having hard times understanding the correct format).

2) Maybe the gene is simply not mapped in KEGG. You can search for it in the KEGG database directly and see if you find it.

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Hello bikash2510,

Please format your post better so it's easier to read. Also, use more verbose description for the problem and not bullet points that make the question look more like personal notes - the more context you give people, the better help they can give you.

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Some entrezid can't be mapped by clusterprofiller e.g- 4057(LTF),4856(NOV),56603(CYP26B1),6424(SFRP4), I am unable to get what wrong with clusterprofiller.

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This is what I see common to these entries: multiple comma-separated values under gene name. Could that be a factor?

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