User: Miguel.Cosenza

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Comment: C: Pathway analysis using ReactomePA::enrichPathway(): doubts about minGSSize and m
... Many thanks for your reply! I will definitively make use of your recommendation to make comparisons between runs of enrichment.  ...
written 10 days ago by Miguel.Cosenza10
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Pathway analysis using ReactomePA::enrichPathway(): doubts about minGSSize and maxGSSize arguments
... Hello everyone, I am doing a pathway analysis over a differentially expressed set of spleen proteins after a parasitic infection in mice. I am new to the world of pathway analysis and I am finding difficulties to understand some differences that I am getting in my enriched categories along with var ...
clusterprofiler pathway analysis reactomepa enrichment analysis written 13 days ago by Miguel.Cosenza10 • updated 11 days ago by Guangchuang Yu800
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Comment: C: question on GO analysis using clusterProfiler
... Hello,  I would bet that your problem is related to the coding of your gene Id's. Are they coded in Entrez ID? If not, try to map your IDs to Entrez ID and repeat your analysis. You could use bitr() to do that or externally through DAVID.  ...
written 15 days ago by Miguel.Cosenza10
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Comment: C: Enrichment Analysis for Shot-gun proteomics data using the ReactomePA package: p
... First of all, many thanks for the feedback and support! I am very glad to know that could be made. It would be really helpful as many proteomics software is outputting protein identification in Uniprot Accession or Uniprot ID. For me, I am at a starting point of my master research, in a pilot stage ...
written 28 days ago by Miguel.Cosenza10
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Enrichment Analysis for Shot-gun proteomics data using the ReactomePA package: problem with identities loss
... Dear all,  I have some questions regarding the functioning of the enrichPathway function.  I know that the default input requires that all genes should be 'translated' to ENTREZID coding. I have my data in UNIPROT code, and when I make the translation, almost 20% of the proteins fail to map.   I ...
proteomics reactome reactome.db reactomepa uniprot accessions written 28 days ago by Miguel.Cosenza10 • updated 28 days ago by willem.ligtenberg150

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