Question: Finding Out How Many Times A Particular Nucleotide Sequence Recurs In The Exome.
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6.3 years ago by
Ankur100
Ankur100 wrote:

So I'm trying to figure out how many instances of given trinucleotide sequences are present in the human exome for purposes of enrichment analysis...what is the best way to do this?

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6.3 years ago by
always_learning1.0k
Doha, Qatar
always_learning1.0k wrote:

What I understand that You have to check many instances of given trinucleotide then I would suggest. Read sequences for each trinucleotide (Some thing with substring) and then maintain a Hash where each trinucleotide as key and occurrence as value. So once you will have hash ready then you can easily match based on Key-value pair !! So as per me this is will take least time as will read exome sequence only once .

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