User: arezansoff

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Comment: A: calling phased variants
... Hi there, I'm having the exact same problem as you, not sure if you ever solved your problem. Would love to know what you found! I have no idea how to get actual haplotype information out of the freebayes vcf output file. Their documentation talks nothing about this that I can find. ...
written 18 months ago by arezansoff20
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Does any method/tool exist to segregate unique haplotypes within deep amplicon re-sequence data?
... Hi there, My data consists of multiplexed MiSeq sequence data created from amplicons of ~500 bp loci (7 loci total) of interest from 60 populations (each pop consisting of pools of ~400 individual worms of a parasitic worm species). The sequences are barcoded by population and each population's rea ...
next-gen snp sequencing written 18 months ago by arezansoff20 • updated 11 weeks ago by ademir.martins0
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Comment: C: Selection Of Background Gene Set In Enrichment Analysis
... Thanks for this link. Very helpful. ...
written 2.2 years ago by arezansoff20
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DESeq2: Need advice modelling a multi-factor analysis
... This is more a modelling question using DESeq2 than a technical question about how to use DESeq2. I have a somewhat complex set (or sets) or RNAseq data on some parasitic worms: I have 7 different populations of worms. Unfortunately they were RNA extracted and sequenced on 3 different occasions (d ...
deseq2 modelling rna-seq differential expression written 3.7 years ago by arezansoff20

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