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functional annotation of protein network
... I've selected a candidate protein interaction network of size 80 nodes / 92 edges. The network is connected, but displays a structure of several branches. If there any tool to annotate this network, with the annotation more or less in consist with the branch structure? The annotation can be for prot ...
gene annotation interaction network protein written 4.3 years ago by yliueagle220
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DAVID: functional annotation chart result explanation
... I am using the DAVID 6.7 to do some functional annotation analysis http://david.abcc.ncifcrf.gov/ I submitted my interested gene list(human), and used the default Homo Sapiens as background.  In the annotation summary results, I viewed the 'Chart' under the Gene Ontology categories. Inside this ' ...
annotation david written 4.4 years ago by yliueagle220
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Cytoscape: display each node with two nested circles
... I am using Cytoscape 3.2.1. For each of my node, I have 2 numeric attributes A and B, with A bigger than B. For example the node represents a city; attribute A represents the whole population of the city and B represents the population of male. I want to display the node with two nested circles, the ...
cytoscape written 4.4 years ago by yliueagle220
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Comment: C: GWAS: low explained heritability
... Thanks for the explanation. This is very clear. ...
written 4.6 years ago by yliueagle220
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GWAS: low explained heritability
... In GWAS, what it means by 'single SNP association studies only explain a small part of disease heritability'? How this explained heritability is quantified? ...
gwas written 4.6 years ago by yliueagle220 • updated 4.6 years ago by Vincent Laufer1.1k
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GWAS dataset: SNPs with association p-value
... I want to download some GWAS datasets (1 will be ok), that it should contain mainly the following information: 1) the SNPs; 2) the SNP p-vlaue (by single SNP association analysis, meta-analysis, etc). My objective is to try this dataset for gene set enrichment analysis (GSEA). Any resources? ...
gwas dataset written 4.6 years ago by yliueagle220 • updated 4.6 years ago by willgilks260
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How to group genes as 'gene sets'
... I want to do some gene set enrichment analysis for Parkinson. But what are the proper ways to attribute genes into functional related groups? I know genes can be put into groups as 'pathways' or 'gene families', whether there are other ways? And which database should I refer to? Thanks. ...
gene group written 4.8 years ago by yliueagle220 • updated 4.8 years ago by EagleEye6.4k
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Different gene coding the same protein?
... I know that one gene can code different proteins (http://blog.drwile.com/?p=8270). But can different genes code the same protein? The following query shows that a protein 'B2R4R0' is mapped to 14 GeneIDs, whether it means it's an product of any of 14 genes?  http://www.uniprot.org/mapping/M20141028 ...
gene protein written 4.8 years ago by yliueagle220 • updated 4.8 years ago by Denise - Open Targets5.0k
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Why do genes have so many synonyms?
... Why do many genes have several synonyms? Because it was found by different people at different time? How were these genes named? Is there some rule for naming? Whether the gene name shows biological meaning? What kind of information can I get from the gene name? What does it indicates if two genes h ...
gene synonym written 4.8 years ago by yliueagle220 • updated 4.8 years ago by Maximilian Haeussler1.3k
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protein interaction database
... I want to utilize protein-protein interaction knowledge (Human) for my analysis. I find there are many databases provide such information, such as BioGRID, STRING, HPRD, PINA. The problem is that the interaction information from these databases differ a lot. For example by querying APP, it returns 1 ...
interaction protein database written 4.9 years ago by yliueagle220

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