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Answer: A: bowtie2 mixed vs discordant
... The manual describes this clearly, I just hadn't noticed it: "To declare that a pair aligns discordantly, Bowtie 2 requires that both mates align uniquely. This is a conservative threshold, but this is often desirable when seeking structural variants." ...
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bowtie2 mixed vs discordant
... I'm using bowtie2 to map a FASTQ file of reads from an Illumina MiSeq to some reference sequences, and I'm trying to understand the difference between discordant and mixed pairs. In the bowtie2 manual, it describes discordant pairs as having the two reads in unexpected relative positions. For examp ...
alignment next-gen written 3.7 years ago by donkirkby0

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