Gene ontology of differentially expressed genes in R
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pedarf • 0
@50186cd3
Last seen 9 weeks ago
Denmark

Hi everyone,

Im newish into R and I just finished a differential-expression analysis in R of my LFQ-based proteomics dataset. I ended with a data frame containing the significantly expressed genes (in this case from yeast), their UniprotIDs, p-values, Log2(FC), etc. I would like, however, to add some annotations into my analysis (GOMF, GOCC, GOBP, KEGG, etc.).

Which R package would you recommend to add this type of annotations based on the UniprotIDs?

Thanks a lot :)

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@james-w-macdonald-5106
Last seen 1 hour ago
United States

I would use UniProt.ws