[BioC] RNA differential expression
James W. MacDonald
jmacdon at uw.edu
Wed Oct 16 16:30:17 CEST 2013
On Wednesday, October 16, 2013 9:44:06 AM, Liliane Santana wrote:
> Good morning,
> I work with mirnas analysis and I would like your help (if possible).
> I have two set of tumor samples of human mirnas (N0 and N+, with and
> without metastasis respectively) that were sequenced with SOLiD sequencer
> and I would like to know if I there is a way to analyse differential
> expression with Deseq. I saw that Deseq is usually used to compare paired
> samples (for example, tumor and control of the same patient). I tried to
> apply a example with my tests, using the nbinomTest function, but I didn't
> get results (it returned NA)... Can anybody help me?
What you have told us is not nearly sufficient for anybody to help.
Instead of saying what you did, show us the code, and the results,
along with the output you get from sessionInfo().
As an aside, DESeq isn't primarily designed for paired samples. You can
use any number of experimental designs, including yours (contingent
upon 'two set of tumor samples' meaning that you have more than one
sample of each type). If you don't have replication, you won't be able
to do statistical tests, but may be able to compute things like fold
> Thanks for your attention.
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James W. MacDonald, M.S.
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