User: Lila M

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Answer: A: snp detection for RNA SEQ
... You can also have a look to other post with lot of information as https://www.biostars.org/p/8237/ ...
written 6 days ago by Lila M 280
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Comment: C: How can I check the direction of DNA replication?
... So is there any way to identify if the okazafi fragments are in the + or - strand in the human genome from bam files (ChIPseq or RNAseq)? I know that there are some studies that analyzed that in human genome (https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms10208), but they use other NGS methodology. many than ...
written 6 days ago by Lila M 280
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Answer: A: How can I check the direction of DNA replication?
... Thank you very much! As I can read for your comments is something difficult to address ...so I will work on it and if I found the way, I will let you know. Thank you very much again ...
written 7 days ago by Lila M 280
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Comment: C: How can I check the direction of DNA replication?
... Sorry for the explanation, what I want to know is if there is a way to say that the replication is happening in the same direction as transcription, not the direction perse of the strand (I know that). But for example if I have RNAseq, I can say that I have some transcript in one direction and in an ...
written 8 days ago by Lila M 280
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How can I check the direction of DNA replication?
... Hi everybody, I was wondering if someone know a tool or program to analyze the specific direction of DNA replication, or in others words, to analyze if the replication is happening in the same direction as transcription. Many thanks in advance! ...
origin replication transcription written 8 days ago by Lila M 280
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Comment: C: how to calling variants in RNAseq data from multiple samples?
... yes, that's the idea! Thanks for the confirmation! ...
written 12 days ago by Lila M 280
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Comment: C: how to calling variants in RNAseq data from multiple samples?
... I was thinking on it. So this approach should work, after following the GATK "best practise" for RNA Seq data, right? ...
written 12 days ago by Lila M 280
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Comment: C: how to calling variants in RNAseq data from multiple samples?
... and what about call variants independently and the merge the vcf file? Thanks for all the information! ...
written 12 days ago by Lila M 280
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Comment: C: how to calling variants in RNAseq data from multiple samples?
... So the only way is to call variant in each sample separately and then eyeballing one by one? Does not exist other way to do variant calling in a whole population? Neither with other program? Thank you! ...
written 12 days ago by Lila M 280
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how to calling variants in RNAseq data from multiple samples?
... Hi everybady! I would like to calling variants in RNSeq multiple samples. Let's say that I have two different group and I would like to know the differences among them. Each study group is formed by ~ bam files. Is the first time that I do variant calling, I've also read some post as https://www.bio ...
variant calling gatk vc rna-seq written 12 days ago by Lila M 280 • updated 10 days ago by Samuel Brady190

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