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gene_id in ENCODE dataset
... Hi, I have downloaded the RNA-seq dataset from https://www.encodeproject.org/experiments/ENCSR000CGV/ . My objective is to look at the expression of few hundred genes in this dataset. However, I dont know how to convert the gene_id here to gene name. I am not sure if I can use biomaRt package ...
encode rna-seq written 8 months ago by evocanres30
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Comment: C: Orthologous sequence between Mouse and Human
... Thank you. That looks useful. ...
written 10 months ago by evocanres30
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Answer: A: Orthologous sequence between Mouse and Human
... Alternatively can I ask, if I use [Mouse Genome Informatics(MGI)][1] to get mouse-human homology, of lets say a 2 MB of chr8 of mouse genome, and the the genes in human are spread across 2 chromsomes and are discontinous. 1. Does it mean the sequence between the two orthologous genes (A and B) on ...
written 10 months ago by evocanres30
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Comment: C: Orthologous sequence between Mouse and Human
... I just downloaded it. I am guessing it still gives gene per gene homology, which is certainly useful in many aspects. I believe for me, it will be most useful if it extract orthologous regions of human genome. ...
written 10 months ago by evocanres30
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Orthologous sequence between Mouse and Human
... I am working with mouse genome. There is a small segment in the mouse genome of which I want to know the orthologous human chromosomal coordindates. I have done that my extracting the genes from the mouse genome and then finding homology in human genomes and I have got a list of genes. However, I ...
genome written 10 months ago by evocanres30
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Gene expression comparison of Cancer and Normal tissue
... I have a basic question about RNAseq normalisation while comparing cancer/tumor tissue expression data to normal tissue expression. Assuming that cancer cells will be highly proliferating, most of the cells are in S/G2/M phase whereas normal cells will be more in G1 phase. Hence if we are comparin ...
rna-seq written 11 months ago by evocanres30 • updated 11 months ago by seidel6.6k

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