Question: ath1121501probe_1.0 error (was GCRMA missing value error on ATH1 chip)
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Matthew Hannah940 wrote:
Thanks, I've investigated this some more and found that the file from the affy website contains 251,121 sequences whilst the CEL files and the only contain 251,078 probes. It therefore seems that the errors were there in the tab file before the BioC ath1121501probe package was made. I've emailed affymetrix about it but don't expect a quick response judging from past queries. So does anyone know how to find the extra values in the tab file? It doesn't look like there are simply extra values added at the start or finish. Does anyone familiar with R know how to obtain a list of Affy ID vs. # of probes from the ath1121501probe package or by reading in the ATH1-121501_probe_tab file. This would be easy to cross-reference with the Affy ID vs. probe number that you get from the CEL file during MAS5 analysis. Has this been an issue for any other chips, are we just trusting affymetrix to provide the correct sequence data? I've seen some data showing that ~700 ATH1 probesets don't match their intended target when an independent BLAST was done. Thanks Matt >HI, > there seems to be a disagreement on how many pm probes there are on the >chip. This is causing problem in matching the pm intensities with >sequences. I am not sure if this is true for all ATH1 chip... > > After reading in your Cel file into "object", >########### > pmIndex <- unlist(indexProbes(object,"pm")) > length(pmIndex) > #[1]251078 > #however the probe package gives 251121 pm probe sequences. > length(get("ath1121501probe")$sequence) > [1] 251121 > right now I am not sure which should be fixed-- whether the probe >package has some redundent sequences that are not PM probes or the >indexProbes missed some pm probes?
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