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Comment: C: Counts Worry: DESeq2: DEGs are from genes with mostly zero across groups
... Dr. Love, Thank you for taking the time to respond and giving the filter code. Have you encountered this situation before or seen it reported in other studies? Don't want to overstate anything about these genes if it is just a fluke of small sampling and underlying genetic variation of our samples ...
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Comment: C: Counts Worry: DESeq2: DEGs are from genes with mostly zero across groups
... Given the sampling was not from clonal species and the environment was variable, I think the results are plausible, but I am more concerned with if it is valid to call such a result DE given we are comparing 2 values and 4 zeros to 6 zeros and calling it DE under DESeq's default setting. ...
written 4 months ago by hermanapis0
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(Closed) Counts Worry: DESeq2: DEGs are from genes with mostly zero across groups
... I have been tasked with looking for differential expression in a colleague's data set. The data set consists of 24 RNAseq samples, made up of 4 groups of 6 samples. I used DESeq2 with everything set default, and I am a little concerned with my results. We have very few genes differentially expre ...
deseq2 deg de written 4 months ago by hermanapis0
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Counts Worry: DESeq2: DEGs are from genes with mostly zero across groups
... I have been tasked with looking for differential expression in a colleague's data set. The data set consists of 24 RNAseq samples, made up of 4 groups of 6 samples. I used DESeq2 with everything set default, and I am a little concerned with my results. We have very few genes differentially expre ...
deseq2 deg de written 4 months ago by hermanapis0 • updated 4 months ago by Michael Love24k

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