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#1 Mr. Naive

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Posted 20 July 2010 - 11:11 AM

Hi All,

I am having a set of differentiallyt expressed miRNA and using miRecords i got the target genes (filtered w/ at least common for 3 algorithms). For each miRNA there are literally thousands of target genes. Now my question is how do i move further with these thousands of genes for each miRNA? Using gene ontology to classify the biological processes or anything else. If using gene ontology to classify, what is the name of the tool i got to use and any manual for that?

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Mr.N.

#2 z1dane

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Posted 10 August 2010 - 01:06 AM

Hi All,

I am having a set of differentiallyt expressed miRNA and using miRecords i got the target genes (filtered w/ at least common for 3 algorithms). For each miRNA there are literally thousands of target genes. Now my question is how do i move further with these thousands of genes for each miRNA? Using gene ontology to classify the biological processes or anything else. If using gene ontology to classify, what is the name of the tool i got to use and any manual for that?

Thanks,
Mr.N.


Hello,

Have you had a look at the Gene Ontology page (http://www.geneontology.org/)? What you can do is make a text file containing your gene list and upload it to GO via this page http://amigo.geneont...=advanced_query

You can then save the results as a text file using the tools provided.

Hope that helps,

z

Edited by z1dane, 10 August 2010 - 01:07 AM.





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