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How to exclude some of breast cancer subtypes just by looking at gene expression?
... Hi, Probably you all know about PAM50 gene signature for breast cancer sub typing. What I'm looking for is the some of small sets of the genes that their expression levels(expressed or not) helps me to exclude some of the breast cancer subtypes (For example, by looking at gene A and gene B expressi ...
genome gene rna-seq cancer written 13 days ago by jack680 • updated 13 days ago by Kevin Blighe9.3k
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How is it possible that multiple proteins maps to single transcript ids ?
... Hi all, I've downloaded transcript mapping to PDB annotation from [GENECODE][1] [1]: ftp://ftp.sanger.ac.uk/pub/gencode/Gencode_human/release_19/gencode.v19.metadata.PDB.gz When I look at the table, i see that one transcript id maps to multiple proteins. I was pondering about the reason behind ...
chip-seq sequencing protein rna-seq bioinformatics written 19 days ago by jack680 • updated 19 days ago by Istvan Albert ♦♦ 75k
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Comment: C: How to extract known pathways from protein protein interaction network?
... Either entire or partial is fine. ...
written 4 weeks ago by jack680
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How to extract known pathways from protein protein interaction network?
... Hi, Given physical protein protein interaction like String and KEGG pathway. I would like to know how many of KEGG pathways or signaling pathways exist in PPI network. Is there any tool to extract known pathways(either entire or partial) from PPI network ? ...
pathway network protein written 5 weeks ago by jack680
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Computing TPM from normalized read count from DESEQ
... Hey all, I have normalised read count from DESeq2 for miRNA. I would like to compute TPM out of this normalised read count. I was wondering whether would it be possibile to do that ? ...
expression mirna deseq genomics rna-seq written 3 months ago by jack680 • updated 3 months ago by geek_y8.1k
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Looking for small RNA-seq in single cell
... Hey, I'm looking database that contains small RNA-seq for single cell. Is there any resource to download single cell small RNA-seq ? ...
genome rna-seq sequencing written 4 months ago by jack680 • updated 4 months ago by EagleEye4.8k
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How to do GO enrichment alanysis at isoform levels ?
... Hi, I would like to do Gene ontology enrichment analysis at isoform leveles(not gene levels). I have table that links each transcripts to SwissProt protein names as follows: ENST00000335137.3 Q8NH21 Q8NH21 ENST00000426406.2 Q6IEY1 Q6IEY1 ENST00000332831.3 Q6IEY1 Q6IEY1 ENST00000342 ...
genome bioinformatics network rna-seq ontology written 4 months ago by jack680 • updated 4 months ago by EagleEye4.8k
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How to map protein isoform IDs to transcripts IDs ?
... Hi, I would like to map my protein isoform IDs (refseq) to transcript ids. I was wondering whether can someone help me by that ? For example gene ZC3H14 produce following three different isoforms: ZC3H14 NP_079100.2,NP_001153575.1,NP_001313239.1 I would like to map this isoforms to the transcrip ...
proteomics genome rna-seq written 5 months ago by jack680 • updated 5 months ago by Jean-Karim Heriche13k
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Is they any R package to download processed miRNA expression levle from TCGA?
... Hi all, I would like to download processed miRNA expression levels for different cancers from TCGA. I was wondering whether is there any pakage such that I can use it to download data ? I tried to dowload maually from ICGC, but miRNAs are not annotated. I was wondering whether can you help me wit ...
bioinformatics tca next-gen rna-seq written 7 months ago by jack680 • updated 7 months ago by vchris_ngs4.2k
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What does *.* represent after Ensembl transcript name ?
... Hi all, I have expression level of trancripts and most of them contain a number after [.]. As example: ENST00000352998.3 When I search in Ensembl database, instead of **ENST00000352998.3** it shows me **ENST00000352998.7** Does this means that these two are two different transcripts ? or I can s ...
gene bioinformatics ensemble transcript genome written 7 months ago by jack680 • updated 7 months ago by agata88630

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