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Comment: C: how to calculate unique read coverage in WGS of human
... @h.mon Thank you very much for the detailed explanation. ...
written 26 days ago by Nitha10
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Comment: C: how to calculate unique read coverage in WGS of human
... @h.mon Thanks you. I am using paired end sequence. Now the above link is working, could you please explain how the illumina calculating the coverage, and what they mentioning about the unique reads. How Does Illumina Calculate Human WGS Coverage? Illumina defines sequencing coverage as “the average ...
written 27 days ago by Nitha10
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Comment: C: how to calculate unique read coverage in WGS of human
... @genomax The link which had given is the technical note, which I had mentioned in my post. I couldn't understand the statement in the technical note [Illumina defines sequencing coverage as “the average coverage of unique reads across the non-N portion of the human genome.”]. could you explain it. ...
written 27 days ago by Nitha10
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how to calculate unique read coverage in WGS of human
... Hi All, I have to calculate the coverage for human WGS of illumina sequenced read. After reading the technique note of illumina I have some doubts in WGS coverage calculation of human sequence. ( https://www.illumina.com/content/dam/illumina-marketing/documents/products/technotes/hiseq-x-30x-cove ...
sequencing wgs next-gen human illumina written 28 days ago by Nitha10 • updated 27 days ago by h.mon26k
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Comment: C: Human Protein Structure Download
... Thank you. yes I have downloaded the available structures and remaining structures downloaded from ModBase. ...
written 2.2 years ago by Nitha10
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Removing redundancy in structure level
... Hi All, I have downloaded all available human proteome structure from PDB, normally there will be redundancy in structures (Different structures are deposited in PDB for single protein, how to download only non-redundant best models in bulk), facing trouble in removing the redundancy in structure l ...
protein structure pdb modebase redundancy written 2.2 years ago by Nitha10
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LIGSITEcsc-protein pocket identification
... I am facing trouble while installing the BALL library for running LigsiteCSC (http://projects.biotec.tu-dresden.de/pocket/download.html). When i run ./configure i got error: checking for QT headers... (not found!) No QT header files found! Please specify the path to the QT headers by passing the o ...
software error installation ball library written 2.3 years ago by Nitha10 • updated 2.3 years ago by WouterDeCoster40k
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Comparative analysis, genomic analysis of infectious bacteria
... Hi All, I am facing problem how to group the different types of strains and select representative strain to study. Eg: for chlamydia there are three human biovars and they are further listed into 1 to 15 serovars based on ompA gene (outer membrane protein) and each serovars contains different strain ...
genome sequence blast written 2.3 years ago by Nitha10 • updated 2.3 years ago by genebow150
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Comment: C: Correspondance Analysis by using CodonW- codon usage biase
... @Mianl Apologies for delay. Can I know which version of Codon W you are using (Because when i was working in windows it ask the personal choice). Please send me your mail ID so that I can send you all the details with pictures which explains the steps. Because here I am unable to attach all t ...
written 2.4 years ago by Nitha10
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Comment: C: Correspondance Analysis by using CodonW- codon usage biase
... Hi Minal, Thanks for making me clear. one more clarification, in what platform your working windows are Linux? 1) Reference set for 8 different species are identified and their are values are kept default in codonW. In my case, my organism was gram negative bacteria so I opted E.coli and perfor ...
written 2.4 years ago by Nitha10

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