User: CY

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Comment: C: Interesting bioinformatics blogs (2017 edition)
... Thx for the comment.Can you be more specific? As I said, I am open to comment and will make correction if you got your point. ...
written 7 weeks ago by CY140
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Comment: C: Your Favorite Bioinformatics Blogs (October 2011)
... Sorry if I let you feel that way ...
written 7 weeks ago by CY140
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Answer: A: Your Favorite Bioinformatics Blog(S) (2013 Edition)
... My bioinformatics blog: [https://www.dna-ghost.com/][1]. Welcome to comment. It covers bioinformatics and cancer genomics. [1]: http://www.dna-ghost.com ...
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Answer: A: Your Favorite Bioinformatics Blogs (March 2010)
... My bioinformatics blog: [https://www.dna-ghost.com/][1]. Welcome to comment. It covers bioinformatics and cancer genomics. [1]: http://www.dna-ghost.com ...
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Comment: C: Why VarScan always get more somatic variants than other caller
... Sorry. This is a typo. I mean more. I can accept that different tools get different variants. After all, authors claim their "improved" method over existing tool in order to to get published. My concern is that VarScan always getting more variants than other tools implies its loose criteria and hi ...
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Comment: C: Why VarScan always get more somatic variants than other caller
... Well... I did not use fpfilter. Is this new filtering method? First time heard this. ...
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Comment: C: Why VarScan always get more somatic variants than other caller
... Yes. I did that. VarScan seems always got more variant than other tools. ...
written 7 weeks ago by CY140
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Why VarScan always get more somatic variants than other caller
... I benchmarked several somatic variant caller (mostly VarScan and MuTect) on the same dataset and VarScan seems always call more variants than other. My impression is VarScan is little bit loose and MuTect is more stringent. Am I right? Is any specific part in their algorithms that cause this differe ...
varscan variant written 7 weeks ago by CY140
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Comment: C: Immunotherapy tools for predicting binding affinity between TCR and epitode
... I believe that IEDB predicts MHC - epitope binding. Not epitope - TCR binding which is the next step once the epitope got presented to the cell surface. ...
written 10 weeks ago by CY140
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Any tools for predicting binding affinity between TCR and epitode?
... I am working on a immunotherapy related project that identify tumor epitode (neiantigen) and TCR-seq. Say I already have both epitode and sequences of T/B cell CDR3 region available. Is there any tools available for predicting their binding affinity? ...
tcr prediction tool cancer written 10 weeks ago by CY140

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