User: kanacska

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Answer: A: Illumina Sentrix HumanRef-8 Expression BeadChip annotation file
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Answer: A: Illumina Sentrix HumanRef-8 Expression BeadChip annotation file
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written 2.1 years ago by kanacska10
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Illumina Sentrix HumanRef-8 Expression BeadChip annotation file
... Hi!   Im looking for annotation file for: Illumina Sentrix HumanRef-8 Expression BeadChip  annotation file I cant find it on illumina website and on bioconductor either. Has anyone found it? Thx,   Anna ...
annotation illumina written 2.1 years ago by kanacska10 • updated 2.1 years ago by Mike Smith2.1k
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Comment: C: I want to order genes in GO groups
... Yeah ive deserved that...sorry:S Thank you very very much!! Anna ...
written 2.2 years ago by kanacska10
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Answer: A: I want to order genes in GO groups
... Ah it eventually worked, thank you:) Its my last question ive never filtered from a list.. now that i have the Goterms which is associated with calcium, i want to which gene sare in the calcium associated GOs. Ive tried to merge the list with the GOs.terms but nothing (my lists contains more genes t ...
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Answer: A: I want to order genes in GO groups
... Thank you!   There is a thing which, I dont understand i had two gene list one with mouse homeobox genes and the other one which is a gene list of mouse mesenchymal stem cell markers. The frist one worked with:  library(goseq) list<- c("Alx1", "Alx3", "Alx4") GOs <- stack(getgo(list,'mm9', ...
written 2.2 years ago by kanacska10
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Answer: A: I want to order genes in GO groups
... Hi.   Now its working:  GOs <- stack(getgo(list,'mm9','geneSymbol')) And now i get a realy long list of genes with GO annotation. Is there any easy way to filter for GO-s which are associated with calcium signalization, calcium transport etc. Here is a part of the list of the results:   .. ...
written 2.2 years ago by kanacska10
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Answer: A: I want to order genes in GO groups
... x and y equals a gene symbol like x = Lbx1 , y= Hoxd9   ...
written 2.2 years ago by kanacska10
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Answer: A: I want to order genes in GO groups
... Thank you!   Oh ive forgotten to wright down that i want to do it with mouse genes and iv tried: list<- c("y","x") GOs <- stack(getgo(list,'mm9','geneSymbol'))   But it doesnt work... Is there a way to put mouse genes in GO categories??   Thank u!   Anna ...
written 2.2 years ago by kanacska10
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I want to order genes in GO groups
... Hi! I have a list of genes, but i a havent got any values for the genes. I want to put the genes in GO(gene onthology) groups. How can i do that without any values??   Thanks, Anna ...
genefilter gene ontology written 2.2 years ago by kanacska10 • updated 2.2 years ago by b.nota290

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