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Comment: C: 11 PhD student positions in the field of regulatory genomics in Berlin (in coope
... Sorry, I did not see this. Well, the deadline is over, but as with any such position motivated and targeted applications are always encouraged (Though those would have to be sent to a group leader of interest rather than the application site) ...
written 11 weeks ago by Aerval280
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Job: 11 PhD student positions in the field of regulatory genomics in Berlin (in cooperation with Duke)
... The new Berlin-wide graduate school **Dissecting and Reengineering the Regulatory Genome** is recruiting 11 PhD students at various institutions through-out Berlin (Germany), in cooperation with Duke University (US). All positions are fully funded for 3 years. More information including how-to-appl ...
genome phd regulatory genomics job written 3 months ago by Aerval280 • updated 12 weeks ago by RamRS19k
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Answer: A: Difference between DNA microarray and RNA microarray
... There isn't such thing as a RNA microarray, its always a DNA microarray (meaning a grid of DNA spots) that is able to measure RNA abundance. It is just that there are also DNA arrays for other sample types like methylation or genotyping ...
written 12 months ago by Aerval280
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Comment: C: Multisample DMR calling
... Thanks, that looks interesting. I am not working on that particular project anymore but will forward your link to the people still working on it. ...
written 13 months ago by Aerval280
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Job: PhD student position in bioinformatics (sequence analysis, functional genomic, data mining, ML) at BIH, Berlin, Germany
... We are looking for a PhD student in computational biology/bioinformatics who will join Martin Kircher’s Junior Research Group at the Berlin Institute of Health in Germany. Starting date is January 1st, 2018 or later. The group does research in the areas of **sequence analysis, data mining and functi ...
machine learning genomics variant effect mpra job written 13 months ago by Aerval280
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Comment: C: Survey/Vote: If you could double the speed of any three commandline tools, which
... I wondered, would a linear sorting algorithm like radixsort improve that or are indexing and later random accessing the sorted lines the bottle neck. I mean, formats like bed or vcf have nicely defined columns that need to be sorted most of the times. ...
written 13 months ago by Aerval280
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Answer: A: Threshold for Differentially Methylated Regions
... You cannot set a definitive threshold when change in methylation is meaningful. Sure, a single cell is always 1, 0.5 or 0 methylated at one site, but you have bulk data from probably thousands of cells. Statistical tests are for sure the way to go but differ (depending on your type of data and some ...
written 19 months ago by Aerval280
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Answer: A: Bisulfite sequencing query
... You wont get a definite answer here as there is not that BS protocol, there is WGBS, RRBS, 450/850k arrays that are equally important. A good introduction will be Christoph Bocks review: http://www.nature.com/nrg/journal/v13/n10/full/nrg3273.html ...
written 21 months ago by Aerval280
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Comment: C: CpG Island prediction
... I do not have an overview over the field and therefore cannot add much but would suggest not to look at omictools.com. Their list is almost certainly incomplete and outdated like in this case where the three tools labelled "new" (including newcpgreport and cpgplot) are from 1999, 1999 and 1992! That ...
written 21 months ago by Aerval280
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Comment: C: CpG coverage of BS-seq ?
... Sorry if I misused the term dinucleotide, I meant both cytosines in a CpG double strand site. So one CpG. ...
written 21 months ago by Aerval280

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