Question: Some genes are filtered after DESeq2 normalization
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6 weeks ago by
yura.song0
yura.song0 wrote:

I am using DESeq2 for finding differential expressed genes.

Originally, there were around 49,000 genes in rawcount of expression, however, when I performed these steps, the number of genes were almost half of rawcount.

ddsk14 <- estimateSizeFactors(ddsk14) sizeFactors(dds_k14)

K14CTRL1 K14CTRL2 K14Exp1 K14Exp2 1.0163136 1.0524673 0.9809502 0.9752045

View(counts(dds_k14, normalized = TRUE))

I tried to understand why the genes are filtered out on normalization step, it was hard to grab with the paper and vignettes. Could you explain to me a little bit easier way about this?

Thanks in advance!

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Answer: Some genes are filtered after DESeq2 normalization
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6 weeks ago by
Michael Love24k
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Michael Love24k wrote:

Genes are not filtered by normalization.

Take a look at:

dim(counts(dds))

or

dim(counts(dds, normalized=TRUE))

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