User: Shamim Sarhadi

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Answer: A: Tools for finding tissue specific gene expression "markers"?
... Take a look at [GENEVESTIGATOR][1] . This software characterizes genes by finding out where (tissue specific gene expression profile), when and in response to what they are expressed. You cloud integrating and comparing them with public datasets,and also discover and prioritize your biomarkers ac ...
written 4 weeks ago by Shamim Sarhadi210
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Binary mutation data format
... Hi I want to run a package named [DawnRank][1] in R. This package has some data requirements and file format. One of these requirements is a mutation file that the rows represent the genes and the columns represent the sample IDs and the mutation for each gene in each samples are binary (0,1) (yo ...
R mutation data tcga dawnrank written 5 months ago by Shamim Sarhadi210 • updated 5 months ago by igor8.3k
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Estimating the purity of tumor cells in gene expression microarray data
... Hi Is there any tool for defining the tumor cell purity in gene expression microarray data? Thanks in advance ...
cell purity microarray written 13 months ago by Shamim Sarhadi210
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Longitudinal breast cancer data
... Hi I am looking for the longitudinal breast cancer data. These data ideally should have two or more sampling time point from primary tumor in one patient. Those would be great when they have transcript and genomic data. Do you know any open source data repository for this kinds of data I know tha ...
genome database tarnscriptome longitudinal data written 14 months ago by Shamim Sarhadi210
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Answer: A: How to optimize the homology modeling?
... There are several tools that you could refine your 3D model e.g. [TIGRESS][1], [PREFMD][2] that use different methodological approaches to refine the protein structure models. [1]: http://atlas.engr.tamu.edu/refinement/ [2]: https://feig.bch.msu.edu/web/services/prefmd/ ...
written 14 months ago by Shamim Sarhadi210
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Comment: C: Gene expression study
... Dear c.chakraborty, if you want to do a gene expression meta-analysis eg between case and control you need to select studies that have case and paired control samples and you could not compare cases from one study and controls from different study because of huge noise and batch to batch variation b ...
written 19 months ago by Shamim Sarhadi210
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Comment: A: Cut-off for genesets in GSEA
... Excluding gene sets with fewer that 15 is default of GSEA not my cut-off !! honestly it's still puzzling for me, I think, I should read the GSEA user guide again and consider your notes Thank you Mark ...
written 22 months ago by Shamim Sarhadi210
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Comment: C: Cut-off for genesets in GSEA
... Hi Mark thank you for your answer I Know about cut-off for the DEGs, but precisely my question is about cut-offs for the genesets that must be include or exclude by GSEA , in "Basic field setting" of GSEA there are two options about size of genesets that must be considered in its analysis and I don' ...
written 22 months ago by Shamim Sarhadi210
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Cut-off for genesets in GSEA
... Hi I'm running GSEA on my pre-ranked genes consisting 260 differentially expressed genes following GSEA instructions, but it is obscure for me how to set max and min size for exclude gene set. In GSEA user guide it's noticed that "defaults that are appropriate for datasets with 10,000 to 20, ...
gsea written 22 months ago by Shamim Sarhadi210 • updated 22 months ago by alserg250
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Gene set enrichment analysis
... Hi I run GSEA on a pre-ranked (according to the log fold changes values) gene list that obtained from a DEG analysis between healthy and cancer samples, after GSEA I used significant geneset for leading edge analysis, but the result is ambiguous !! I attached one of leading edge clustergrams [here][ ...
deg analysis gsea enrichment analysis written 22 months ago by Shamim Sarhadi210

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