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Agilent Sureselect : Missed Regions picking up if we give gene coordinates seperately
... Dear All, I am using Agilent sureselect to design probes for a particular gene. I got the missed regions in a bed file after finalizing design.I input these missed regions into the designs because I don't want to miss, as it is a promoter region of that gene. I came to see that Sureselect covers th ...
agilent sureselect targeted probes written 3.0 years ago by Amk120
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Comment: C: Doubts in Agilent Sure select DNA design
... Hi b.nota, You know any technical team in Agilent to talk about this? ...
written 3.1 years ago by Amk120
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Doubts in Agilent Sure select DNA design
... Hi, We have been using Agilent Sureselect DNA for targeted sequencing of a particular gene. We came across some doubts. It would be helpful if someone could help out. 1. The percent coverage shown in the report is not matching with calculated percetage coverage from the bed file using "Missed" and ...
agilent sureselect report written 3.1 years ago by Amk120 • updated 3.1 years ago by Daniel Swan13k
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Comment: C: Agilent SureSelect design miss some target regions
... Don't spam the forum. @emmahales ...
written 3.1 years ago by Amk120
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Comment: C: Is OrthoVenn server is down?? Comparative analysis of orthologous protein groups
... Hi, It was back online after the posting of the question. Thank you Nitha. ...
written 3.1 years ago by Amk120
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Agilent SureSelect design miss some target regions
... Dear All, I am designing probes using SureSelect DNA for targeted sequencing of a particular gene. But after designing using default settings I got the bed file with so many regions missed. Will it be a problem in picking up some important SNVs? I am new to this array designing, can any one give me ...
agilent sureselect genome written 3.1 years ago by Amk120 • updated 3.1 years ago by Daniel Swan13k
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Comment: C: Can we use the index file created for Bowtie on BWA alignment?
... Thank you Devon ...
written 3.1 years ago by Amk120
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Can we use the index file created for Bowtie on BWA alignment?
... Hi All, It's due to a curiosity, Can we use the index files created by Bowtie can be used for BWA for mapping? I am new to the genomics field, Please do consider as a noob question. Thank you. Amk ...
bwa bowtie index written 3.1 years ago by Amk120 • updated 3.1 years ago by Devon Ryan88k
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Comment: C: trinity assemble N50 length is short
... Hi, Please mention what are you trying to do? Is it Transcriptome, or Whole genome? Amk ...
written 3.1 years ago by Amk120
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Comment: C: Prediction of deletion of a base in repeat region
... Hi Devon, Apart from biology, As a curiosity I like to know how these variant callers deal with the situations like this. My concern is to know if this is cause a bias in the callers, to point the base correctly which have been deleted, when we have a region of interest which can play important rol ...
written 3.1 years ago by Amk120

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