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Answer: A: How Can I Learn More About Go Ontologies?
... Hi Ethan I haven't worked with computational ontologies for years but I might be able to give you some pointers to help you out. An ontology is just someone's specification of a particular domain - their world view. What you can say about the world or how you describe the world is limited by the com ...
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Comment: C: Ucsc Browser And Novel Snps
... Hi Brent. That wasn't really what I was asking. Or perhaps i didn't word it very well. If you give a SNP to UCSC or annovar that doesn't exist in dbSNP, how do they know the effects of the SNP? They can easily see if the SNP is in an exon by looking at genomic coordinates but how do they know if the ...
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Ucsc Browser And Novel Snps
... Hello Can the UCSC browser be used to predict the effect of novel SNPs on a transcript (e.g. synonymous and non synonymous)? I was wondering if UCSC did any 'processing' on novel snps (e.g. looked to see what transcripts they might be in and find the consequences) or whether it looked for intersect ...
annotation ucsc snp browser written 9.7 years ago by User 6659970
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Comment: C: How To Know When A Ucsc Annotation Track Has Been Updated
... hi i don't know if you are still looking at this question but i'm a bit confused by the database structure. there looks as if there is one database per genome assembly which has tables per annotation tracks (e.g. there are databases hg18, hg19 etc). But what is the hgFixed database? The trackVersion ...
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Comment: C: How To Know When A Ucsc Annotation Track Has Been Updated
... hi - i don't know if you are still looking at this question but the table hgFixed.trackVersion seems to give the date when the assembly track e.g. Hg18, hg19 etc was last modified and not the annotation tracks? ...
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How Do Heterozygotes And Somatic Mutations Manifest In Sequencing Projects
... Hello I have only read about DNA sequencing and never seen the actual results from a sequencing project. I'm wondering how heterozygotes and and somatic mutations show up in sequencing results. This is my understanding of a sequencing project 1) extract DNA, typically from blood cells 2) make clon ...
sequence mutation frequency allele variant written 9.7 years ago by User 6659970 • updated 9.0 years ago by Malachi Griffith18k
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Mapping From Ensembl Main Database Schema To Ensembl Mart
... Hello I was wondering if there were any documents showing how the ensembl marts were created from the main ensembl databases. Specifically i was hoping there were documents describing what tables were selected as main tables for the marts and how the dimension tables were mapped to the main tables. ...
ensembl biomart written 9.7 years ago by User 6659970 • updated 9.7 years ago by Rhoda Kinsella10
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Comment: C: Finding Papers About Well-Characterized Snps
... thanks for the advice ...
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Comment: C: How To Know When A Ucsc Annotation Track Has Been Updated
... thanks mary (and also for the excellent open helix tutorials too which i watched the other week!) ...
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Comment: C: Finding Papers About Well-Characterized Snps
... i don't really want to use GWAS as that doesn't identify the functional variant as people have already pointed out. However are there any other disease like age related macular degeneration that are known to be associated with SNPs. I could look these up. Larry's answer below has some suggestions ...
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