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Answer: A: How to perform KEGG enrichment analyses on a set of genes
... I'm also very interested in this topic, I didn't find a really good approach so please if you finally solve that please share the method. Just if wanna try something which partially works for me: kobas.cbi.pku.edu.cn/help.php The only problem is you need to repeat the annotation step and maybe you ...
written 5 months ago by pablo6199170
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Gene ontology enrichment non model organism (doubts about the methods)
... Hello community, like many others newbies in Bioinformatics, I have found a plethora of methods to perform the same task. What is even more problematic for a non-experienced biologist in bioinformatic is to assume the differences in the final result between them. My supervisor ask me about, how we ...
non-model organism enrichment go rna-seq written 8 months ago by pablo6199170
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Comment: C: KEGG mapping from de novo transcriptome annotation
... If you are fine with my edit (its already done) I ll avoid to open more treats. In other case I will fix it as you consider the best way. ...
written 8 months ago by pablo6199170
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Comment: C: KEGG mapping from de novo transcriptome annotation
... Could I edit my original post instead open one new? ...
written 8 months ago by pablo6199170
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Answer: A: KEGG mapping from de novo transcriptome annotation
... I have one question related with the use of KOBAS to perform the KEGG pathway analysis which I mentioned (data annotated against different organisms). In these papers they annotate against NR or SwissProt, so I suppose they also have their transcripts annotated against several organisms. My question ...
written 8 months ago by pablo6199170
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Comment: C: GO enrichment analysis. Non-model organism.
... Annotation > Go enrichmetn and KEGG pathway enrichment are problematic for non model organism researchers. Even more problematic when most of us are PhD students suddenly involved in to transcriptomics form some reasons. ...
written 8 months ago by pablo6199170
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Comment: C: KEGG mapping from de novo transcriptome annotation
... Thank you. As I supposed when can not find anything in my search is not an easy task. I will give a try to use the R package. ...
written 8 months ago by pablo6199170
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KEGG mapping from de novo transcriptome annotation
... Hi Biostars forum I have a de novo transcriptome annotated mainly against SwissProt, so I have contigs ==> UniProt accession codes. Using the UniProt conversion tool I can obtain GO and also KEGG which corresponds to the UniProt accession, but obviusly I have obtained matches against different o ...
rnaseq annotation kegg kobas written 8 months ago by pablo6199170
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Comment: C: Network analysis software
... Sorry I missed the year, as you said it comes from 2016 DAVID 6.8 (current beta release) May. 2016 -- The DAVID Knowledgebase completely rebuilt -- Entrez Gene integrated as the central identifier to allow for more timely updates while still incorporating Ensembl and Uniprot as integral data sourc ...
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Comment: C: Network analysis software
... I think they've a recent update like at the end of 2017 ...
written 10 months ago by pablo6199170

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