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Answer: A: Software for Mcdonald-Kreitman test
... Standard MK test is influenced by population demography and selective forces acting on nearby sites. Asymptotic estimate of alpha has been shown closer to real alpha based on simulations (Messer & Petrov 2013). There is also a web server to calculate asymptotic alpha (http://benhaller.com/messer ...
written 5 weeks ago by mt1022120
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Answer: A: Where to find Download version of GRCh37 in NCBI
... ENSEMBL has a dedicated site for GRCh37 with annotations files updated about every 6 months: http://grch37.ensembl.org/index.html ...
written 6 months ago by mt1022120
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how to display RNA-seq coverage data in negative strand with log scale?
... Coverage data for negative strand is displayed as negative values in igv. Is there a way to display those data in log scale? For example, if the coverage is -3, I would like it to be displayed as -log(3). ...
rna-seq igv written 8 months ago by mt1022120 • updated 8 months ago by wuchangcheng6620
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Answer: A: Difference between GTF file with CHR and without CHR. ENSEMBL
... The one without 'chr' contains annotations for genes on unplaced or unlocalized contigs, while the one with 'chr' only contains annotation for assembled chromosomes, both of them have no prefix 'chr' in chromosome name, see this example: zcat Danio_rerio.GRCz10.87.gtf.gz | cut -f1 | awk '{dict[ ...
written 10 months ago by mt1022120
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Comment: C: why allelic count on forward and reverse strand do not add up to depth in the re
... the quality of base calling for those reads is ~30 at that position. I guess this is not the main problem. ...
written 11 months ago by mt1022120
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why allelic count on forward and reverse strand do not add up to depth in the results of samtools mpileup?
... dmel_mitochondrion_genome 2878 . A <*> 0 . DP=15;I16=0,9,0,0,347,13419,0,0,180,3600,0,0,140,2570,0,0;QS=1,0;MQ0F=0 PL:ADF:ADR 0,27,86:0,0:9,0 See the above line for example. Here the depth is DP=15, however allelic count on forward strand and reve ...
vcf samtools mpileup written 12 months ago by mt1022120 • updated 11 months ago by Tom_L250
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Comment: C: how to adjust size of intervals in bed12 format?
... I didn't intend to slop each block. For example, if first block is 8nt in length, I want to discard this block and then remove 2 nt from next block so that I removed 8 + 2 nt = 10nt in total. Anyway, I have written a script for this: [bed12_slop.py][1]. I haven't test it on all possible extreme cond ...
written 12 months ago by mt1022120
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Comment: C: how to adjust size of intervals in bed12 format?
... Hi. You should consider the size of each block (column 11). if the first block is shorter than 10, then the start should adjusted based on the original start and the start position of the next block (start posn of each block is in column 12). ...
written 12 months ago by mt1022120
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how to adjust size of intervals in bed12 format?
... I have a file containing genomic intervals in bed12 format. I want to adjust the size of each interval (specifically, remove N base from both end of each interval). `bedtools slop` seems only works with bed6. Is there a convenient way to achive this for bed12 intervals? ...
bedtools bed alignment written 12 months ago by mt1022120 • updated 12 months ago by Carlo Yague3.6k
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Answer: A: Implementing McDonald-Kreitman test
... I met the same problem recently and I assign assign equal weight to all possible mutation path. For example, for TTC to CTA, TTC->TTA->CTA and TTC->CTC->CTA have the same probability, as I am dealing triplet change in noncoding region. The following article talks more sophiscated method ...
written 13 months ago by mt1022120

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