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Comment: C: How to introduce artificial mutation in bam
... Thank you. It works too well. ...
written 7 months ago by bassanio20
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Comment: C: How to introduce artificial mutation in bam
... Hi Thanks, It worked for me. Just to add Is there a way we can make them heterozygote too? ...
written 7 months ago by bassanio20
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Comment: C: Relationship between diabetes and breast cancer
... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28373451 ...
written 7 months ago by bassanio20
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Comment: C: obtain a simulated bam file for variants on existed bam file
... Hi, Where you able to perform this task. if so can you please let us know ...
written 7 months ago by bassanio20
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Comment: C: How to introduce artificial mutation in bam
... yes change the sequenced nucleotide not the reference ...
written 7 months ago by bassanio20
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How to introduce artificial mutation in bam
... Hi, Is there a way I can introduce mutation in bam file at specific position of a chromosome without running the alignment. For example I would like to change base from A>C at Chr1:12345? ...
bam mismatch written 7 months ago by bassanio20 • updated 7 months ago by h.mon30k
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Answer: A: DMRcate: How to get Cpgids present in the DMR
... There would be multiple ways(more efficient way ) to what do than the below script which I have used solve my own problem. But It would be great to know If there is any efficient way to do the same. **OBJECT** <- is the last object from which beta/mvalue for DMRCate is give as input gr ...
written 8 months ago by bassanio20
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Answer: A: DMRcate: How to get Cpgids present in the DMR
... gr <- granges(OBJECT) locs.ranges<-names(gr[seqnames(gr) == "chr6" & start(gr)>=31539539 & end(gr) <=31540750 ]) The above two lines I was able to subset the ids belonging to 1 location of interest. How can I loop this multiple locations present in a dataframe? ...
written 8 months ago by bassanio20
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DMRcate: How to get Cpgids present in the DMR
... Hi, The below is my Dmrcate run and I do get the DMRS. but how to get the CPGids that are part of these DMRS corfit <- duplicateCorrelation(myMs, design=designMatrix, block = biolrep) dmrCate.<-cpg.annotate("array", myMs, what="M", arraytype = "EPIC", analysis.type="differential", de ...
dmrcate cpgids methylation epicarray written 8 months ago by bassanio20
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Comment: C: Bowtie2 Alignment summary
... Hi, Thank you insert is of varying length. I understood how you came up with 13% of concordantly : 12.30%+ 0.49%. But how did you came up with 54%? Secondly my aim is get the ~30% reads that didn't aligned. ...
written 4.7 years ago by bassanio20

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