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Comment: C: Micoarray meta data analysis
... here, I am asking for same cancer (cervical) but datasets are different. ...
written 29 days ago by au.rinki.bio10
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Micoarray meta data analysis
... hello, I am working on a meta-analysis of the microarray data for the different type of cancer and trying to find out common genes for these cancers. For the same type of cancer (high grade) from different data sets, we get a different number of genes, as we increase the number of data sets, the com ...
metadata analysis and cancer written 29 days ago by au.rinki.bio10 • updated 28 days ago by guangyan.zh00
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Microaaray data analysis
... hello, I had identified differentially expressed genes using Limma for microarray data (cancer). what are the accuracy that these genes truly involved in this disease? there are <1000 genes are reported for particular cancer in different databases. from our analysis, we found few genes those ar ...
accuracy of micoarray dataanalysis written 11 weeks ago by au.rinki.bio10
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Forum: ngs vs microarray
... With all the advancements that NGS has made, why is anyone still using microarrays? ...
forum ngs vs microarray technology written 6 months ago by au.rinki.bio10 • updated 6 months ago by Vijay Lakhujani3.5k
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Comment: C: differential expression analysis from microarray data
... sorry for miscommunication, actually I want to filter differentially expressed gene with log fc> ±2. but I got genes with only positive value. I hope it is clear to you. ...
written 9 months ago by au.rinki.bio10
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Comment: C: differential expression analysis from microarray data
... i got fold change with only positive value. I want to filterer differentially expressed genes with log fc>±2 . ...
written 9 months ago by au.rinki.bio10
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differential expression analysis from microarray data
... hello, I am working microarray data analysis using limma package. my data consist 4 normal sample and 8 cancerous sample using the following command line l ibrary(affyio) library(affy) ovarian<-make.cdf.env("HGU133A_Hs_ENSG.cdf") data<-ReadAffy(cdfname='ovarian') data ...
microarray limma written 9 months ago by au.rinki.bio10
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Target identification of transiption factor
... hello Biostar, I have a list of the transcription factor, I want know gene which this transcription factor regulates. kindly suggest me database or tools where I get this type of information. thanking you. ...
trancription factor written 9 months ago by au.rinki.bio10 • updated 9 months ago by Alex Reynolds27k
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Comment: C: differential expression analysis of microarray data using limma package
... thankyou for suggestion. if you look code carefully, i were not generate phase contrast matrix. i am confused when genereting this, because i have 4 sample for normal with different GSM number, 8 sample for disease with different GSM number. if you understand my question plz suggest me command lin ...
written 9 months ago by au.rinki.bio10
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differential expression analysis of microarray data using limma package
... hello, i am working on microarray data analysis using R/Bioconductor package. for differential expression analysis i am using limma package. i am consedering cel file. my data containing 4 sample for normal, and 8 sample for disease data . i am using following command line for analysis. li ...
microarray data analysis written 9 months ago by au.rinki.bio10 • updated 9 months ago by WouterDeCoster35k

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