User: Annika Forsingdal

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Early carreer bioinformatician and neuroscientist working with genotyping and gene expression data in drug discovery and drug development.

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Job: Job: Bioinformatics project manager, Lundbeck, Valby, Copenhagen, Denmark
... We are looking for a project manager in our Bioinformatics Department in Clinical R&D at the Lundbeck headquarter in Valby, Copenhagen, Denmark. read more and apply via http://www.lundbeck.com/global/career/job-opportunities?Id=E1927237en ...
job industry written 4 months ago by Annika Forsingdal190 • updated 4 months ago by GenoMax42k
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CLCBio Genomics workbench - protein coding genes only
... Hi, I map RNA-seq fastq files to the mouse genome (GRCm38) using the RNA-seq Analysis tool available in CLC Genomics workbench 9. As a result I get mapping results to ~46K genes. This is including non-coding genes. I would like to only map to protein-coding genes as I'm working with sequencing data ...
clcbio rna-seq protein_coding written 7 months ago by Annika Forsingdal190 • updated 7 months ago by h.mon11k
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Job: Job: Bioinformatics expert (Copenhagen, Denmark)
... We are looking for a Bioinformatics expert to join our growing bioinformatics group at the Lundbeck headquaters in Valby, Copenhagen. We are working on a plethora of drug discovery and drug development projects in Neurology and Psychiatry. Read more and apply [here][1]. Best, Annika [1]: http: ...
rna-seq snp job written 10 months ago by Annika Forsingdal190 • updated 10 months ago by Devon Ryan76k
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Answer: A: How to compare expression in gene list
... Since you write "expression in gene list" I'm assuming that you are looking at gene expression data. If that's the case I would correlate fold changes or log2(fold changes) for each of your genes lists (P1-3) with fold changes in Z. ...
written 11 months ago by Annika Forsingdal190
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Comment: C: How to visualize gVCF?
... Thanks for this comment. The post you are referring to is about VCF files, does all the same applies to files in gVCF format? ...
written 11 months ago by Annika Forsingdal190
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How to visualize gVCF?
... Dear Biostars community, How can gVCF files be visualized? Can I use IGV as with VCF files? Do you have any recommendations for working with gVCF files? Thanks, Annika ...
gvcf written 11 months ago by Annika Forsingdal190
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Comment: C: Translation of chromosome coordinates across builds
... Thanks! ...
written 13 months ago by Annika Forsingdal190
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Translation of chromosome coordinates across builds
... Dear community, Is there a way to translate chromosomal coordinates from one build of the human genome to another? Thanks, Annika ...
human genome written 13 months ago by Annika Forsingdal190 • updated 13 months ago by Pierre Lindenbaum104k
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Ensembl gene ID conversion to gene name
... Hi, In our RNA-seq pipeline we have a step after mapping that converts ensembl gene ID's (eg ENSMUSG00000096126) to gene names. When the pipeline was builded we mapped read files to older versions of the mouse genome. What happens when new samples mapped on the newest version of the murine genome ...
reference genome rna-seq written 2.3 years ago by Annika Forsingdal190 • updated 2.3 years ago by EagleEye4.9k
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Answer: A: knowing the exact position where each read is mapped
... You can view your bam files in IGV to see to positions of where each read have mapped. It only requires indexing of your bam file, e.g. using samtools: $samtools index accepted_hits.bam ...
written 2.5 years ago by Annika Forsingdal190

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