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Comment: C: Why Is The Growth Rate Of The Trace Archive Decreasing?
... I find that comment snide. Is that in-keeping with the general ethos of the scientific community? I'm not from a biology background and I did not realise the point Daniel kindly elucidated below. I'm not sure why you needed to go out of your way to type a comment to belittle me. ...
written 8.3 years ago by Mutated_Dater290
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Comment: C: Why Is The Growth Rate Of The Trace Archive Decreasing?
... I find that comment sneyd. Is that in-keeping with the general ethos of the scientific community? I'm not from a biology background and I did not realise the point Daniel kindly elucidated below. I'm not sure why you needed to go out of your way to type a comment to belittle me. ...
written 8.3 years ago by Mutated_Dater290
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Why Is The Growth Rate Of The Trace Archive Decreasing?
... Hello I saw this great post about how someone has plotted the growth rate of the trace archive. Given all the articles talking about the bioinformatics data deluge/tsunami/bonanza I was suprised to see the growth curve decreasing. Just in case I was going mad I searched the page for the word 'log' ...
database written 8.3 years ago by Mutated_Dater290 • updated 10 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: C: Trouble Toward Snps.
... this looks promising - there are data sets on here: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/ega/page.php. ...
written 8.3 years ago by Mutated_Dater290
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Comment: C: Trouble Toward Snps.
... what about this database: An Open Access Database of Genome-wide Association Results. They say all studies had at least 50,000 SNPs. The quote from the GWAS website could mean they have only reported SNPs with significant associations rather than all SNPs. Null results in this area are surely worth ...
written 8.3 years ago by Mutated_Dater290
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Comment: C: Synonymous Snps Not So Synonymous At All
... I don't have an example off hand but synonymous snps can also affect the target sequences of intron splicing machinery and hence cause aberrant splicing. That might well be mentioned in the paper by Danxin Wang above as that mentions mRNA processing but I thought i'd mention it as another example ju ...
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Comment: C: Trouble Toward Snps.
... I was not aware of the welcome trust work so i will look into that myself out of interest. I've just had a look at dbGAP as I've never had opportunity to use it before and that certainly seems a very good source of data for the OP. ...
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Comment: C: What Non Coding Genes Have Introns?
... thanks also for a great answer. I've read basic books but they don't tell you about things like trans splicing and micro exons and ...
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Answer: A: Trouble Toward Snps.
... I don't have anything new to the basic 'gist' of Larry's answer but I will help pad out the details for you a bit. As I'm sure you know there are literally millions of SNPs in an organism. For many of these SNPs there is little or no information about the functional consequences of the SNP. The mill ...
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Answer: A: Navigating Public Data For A Variant / Variant Annotation
... I'm new to this field but this is what i would do based on my limited knowledge step 1) the ensembl snp effect predictor program. It's a perl script that gets the gene/transcripts affected by a variant(though you will have to reformat your results into the appropriate input format). Here is some ex ...
written 8.3 years ago by Mutated_Dater290

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