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Comment: C: RNA-seq: is there a way to get the variability between biological replicates ?
... ok thanks for the info ...
written 11 weeks ago by badredda100
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Comment: C: RNA-seq: is there a way to get the variability between biological replicates ?
... But in DESeq2 that's possible only after performing the analysis, right ? I would like to see that just from the count reads. To my knowledge, I am not sure if DESeq2 can do it prior to the analysis. ...
written 11 weeks ago by badredda100
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Comment: C: RNA-seq: is there a way to get the variability between biological replicates ?
... sure Devon, but let's say in my case I only have two replicates. What are the possible options ? Could you also please tell me what are those tools ? Thanks ...
written 11 weeks ago by badredda100
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Comment: C: RNA-seq: is there a way to get the variability between biological replicates ?
... Would it also work in this case ? What about normalizing for the read counts ? ...
written 11 weeks ago by badredda100
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RNA-seq: is there a way to get the variability between biological replicates ?
... Hi, As the title says, I would like to know if there is a way to infer a percentage of variability between biological replicates. **For example**, if we have `2 controls vs 2 treated`. Is there a way to tell how much the `controls` differs between themselves in term of reproducibility ? Let's s ...
rna-seq written 11 weeks ago by badredda100 • updated 11 weeks ago by Charles Warden6.8k
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Comment: C: RNA-seq: Is it worth to analyze case vs control separately to have a % similarit
... Thanks for the feedback ivivek_ngs. I will take into account what you said. ...
written 11 weeks ago by badredda100
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Comment: C: RNA-seq: Is it worth to analyze case vs control separately to have a % similarit
... Thanks for your feedback on this matter. ...
written 11 weeks ago by badredda100
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Comment: C: RNA-seq: Is it worth to analyze case vs control separately to have a % similarit
... Thanks for clearing that up. My samples comes from a section of a tissue having tumor and normal cells. They have been extracted using punch biopsies (two for each) which means they come from different parts, thus not originally from the same cells ...
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Comment: C: RNA-seq: Is it worth to analyze case vs control separately to have a % similarit
... Thank you for your feedback. That's also what I though. I already did the analysis with DESeq2 and I obtained around 2k DEGs. However, my supervisor requested that I make a comparison for each combination and in my opinion it didn't really make any sense... I wanted to have the opinion of the commun ...
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Comment: C: RNA-seq: Is it worth to analyze case vs control separately to have a % similarit
... Let's say that that we do care about both these differences, that's why I am asking if it makes sense to compare them that way. ...
written 11 weeks ago by badredda100

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