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Comment: C: Assessing differentially expressed proteins between two samples
... Hi Thanks a lot for your reply. Would you use a t-test to assess the significance of the differentially expressed proteins? ...
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Comment: C: Assessing differentially expressed proteins between two samples
... Hi Thanks for your reply. With my methodology I can detect approximately 450-500 proteins in each sample. I was planning to use t-test to assess the significance of the differentially expressed proteins. Hope this answer your question ...
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Assessing differentially expressed proteins between two samples
... Hi All, My aim is to assess what differentially expressed proteins are detected between two different samples. Each sample is analysed in triplicate therefore I have three replicates for each sample. My question is whether three replicates for each sample are enough to apply t-test to assess what pr ...
differential proteomics analysis written 2.1 years ago by e.scollo0
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How to calculate protein fold changes in more than two groups
... Hi All I am analysing a total of four different groups and my aim is to understand what are the proteins differentially expressed in the groups and their relative fold changes. I am carrying LFQ with a bottom up approach. I am aware that I can use ANOVA to assess what proteins are significantly d ...
sequence written 2.3 years ago by e.scollo0 • updated 2.3 years ago by Kevin Blighe60k

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