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DNA Ancestral State Reconstruction in Phangorn (or similiar)
... Howdy Biostars, I have DNA sequence that I have successfully done a bunch of tree building for in BEAST2 to get a time calibrated tree (taxa=8) that answers all the questions I have about topology and branch length. However, I need to know the ancestral states for each bifurcation in the tree. Ther ...
phangorn R phylogenetics ancestral state trees written 7 weeks ago by jnf376940
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Translocation Calling in human cancer given VCF and BAM files
... Hey Biostars, I am a bit rusty on my genomics tools and was looking for a recommendation for calling translocations in human cancer. I have vcf and bam files (with indecies) that seem to be the result of a few calls to GATK (HaplotypeCaller, IndelRealigner, and BaseRecalibrator). Any suggestions ...
genome cancer translocation variants written 9 months ago by jnf376940 • updated 9 months ago by Kevin Blighe41k
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Comment: C: Quick and Dirty Gene Network
... This is the solution I ended up going with. Thanks! ...
written 9 months ago by jnf376940
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Comment: C: Dose repeatability and reproducibility need to test while validate a fixed bioin
... Izy | You might want to make your question clear. As phrased, your post does not contain a question. I think you are wondering what, after clinically important SNVs are discovered/approved, needs to be done to be sure of an individual's status for that SNV. But I am unsure. ...
written 9 months ago by jnf376940
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Comparative measure of phylogenetic tree resolution
... Hey all, I have a bunch of phylogenetic trees of tissue lineages. I have something on the order of 2000 lineages. For each lineage I have a 100-iteration bootstrap value calculated at every split/node. What I am looking for is a way to get a sense of the overall tree resolution, especially when com ...
phylogeny evolution bootstrap statistics written 9 months ago by jnf376940
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Comment: C: Alignment as BLAST-able database/other alignment avenues
... While I thank you for your response, you again are missing the spirit of the question. The gaps are necessary. It would not be an alignment if I removed the gaps, nor would it inform me to the delineations of the protein sequences in the alignment. ...
written 19 months ago by jnf376940
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Comment: C: Alignment as BLAST-able database/other alignment avenues
... Well, that is what I consider the old fashioned way. But in any case, you've completely missed the spirit of my question. Can't make a blast database with an alignment that way--the help flag doesn't specify such a method, at least. https://ibb.co/cSLNKF https://ibb.co/kmcf6v ...
written 19 months ago by jnf376940
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Alignment as BLAST-able database/other alignment avenues
... Hey all, I was wondering if there was a way to use an alignment as a local blast database. My problem is as follows: I have an old alignment of concatenated protein sequences that have CHARSET definitions defining the protein beginnings and endings at the bottom of the NEXUS file. Some folks doing ...
alignment nexus blast maftt written 19 months ago by jnf376940
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Comment: C: miR KEGG enrichment in Arabidopsis
... I did not need to do alignment or quality control of the sequencing data--it was handed off to me by a legacy researcher and I am more concerned with a qualitative assessment, rather than a quantitative one. I intend to go back and check his work after this to make sure we get the same results, but ...
written 2.1 years ago by jnf376940
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miR KEGG enrichment in Arabidopsis
... Hello all, I have a list of known miRNA's from an experiment in Arabidopsis (example: ath-MIR166a) and I am looking to find out what biochemical pathways they interact with, with KEGG or reactome.db preferably. I have preformed this analysis in humans several times with no issues. If anybody could p ...
enrichment arabidopsis mir kegg mirna written 2.1 years ago by jnf376940

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