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Comment: C: Where to get somatic mutations from WGS data?!
... I meant to ask if mutation for WGS (whoe-genome sequencing) data are available. I've only found that for WXS (whole-exome sequencing) data. From what I have read, seems it's not available. A related question is I wonder if whole-exome in the context of TCGA include 3' UTRs or not. ...
written 4 weeks ago by -_-710
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Comment: C: Does exome capture kit in TCGA project include UTR region
... Have you found the answer, please? ...
written 4 weeks ago by -_-710
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Comment: C: Finding miRNA motifs from Exome sequencing
... Any update on this? I also wonder if exome sequencing contains 3' UTR regions ...
written 4 weeks ago by -_-710
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Comment: C: Where to get somatic mutations from WGS data?!
... @Anthony Mathelier, could you please confirm if there is indeed no mutation calls (either in MAF or VCF) for WGS data? I really don't want to call them myself if possible as other people probably have done it already. ...
written 4 weeks ago by -_-710
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Comment: C: Exome and UTRs
... Any update on this? I am interested in mutation in 3' UTR regions. ...
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Comment: C: Where are mutation files (MAF) for TCGA normal samples on Firebrowse
... I got it, it's in Sequence_Source column. But I found it's all WXS for 993 BRCA MAF files. Where could I find MAF for whole-genome sequencing data, please? ...
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Comment: C: Where are mutation files (MAF) for TCGA normal samples on Firebrowse
... Thanks for the insight! Also, how could I know if they are called from genome or just exome data. I am mainly interested in mutations in non-coding regions. ...
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Comment: C: Where to download latest TCGA MAF files?
... Do you know the difference between Mutation_Packager_Calls and Mutation_Packager_Oncotated_Calls, please? ...
written 4 weeks ago by -_-710
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Answer: A: How to convert gff file to a csv file
... I have attempted this conversion: https://github.com/zyxue/gtf2csv, may be helpful to some one. ...
written 5 weeks ago by -_-710
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Comment: C: Are cleavage sites always polyadenylated?
... It actually is related, as we are developing bioinformatics tools to predict potential cleavage sites, we need to understand this problem better in order to design a suitable algorithm. Please reopen this question if you think it proper. Please let me know! If not, I will ask it elsewhere. ...
written 12 weeks ago by -_-710

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