User: Persistent LABS

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Comment: C: Webinar: Multi-omics: Challenges, opportunities and application to biomarker dis
... Oops...Thanks Vijay for pointing this out. Upon registration they get right date n time in their calendar :). Nice observation... ...
written 23 months ago by Persistent LABS740
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Comment: C: How to calculate p-value to find significant difference between two populations
... If it is understood correctly, you want to check whether a given sample (e.g. sample1) is different between POP1 & POP2 in terms of number of variants. By simply having one category, the p-value estimate has no meaning. How can you say whether 181 is different than 143. similarly 122 vs 147. Bli ...
written 23 months ago by Persistent LABS740
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News: Webinar: Multi-omics: Challenges, opportunities and application to biomarker discovery
... Greetings from Persistent LABS !! We are glad to announce the webinar on “Multi-omics: Challenges, opportunities and application to biomarker discovery” on Thursday, **29th of June, 2017** at **11 AM IST** (GMT: 5.30 AM) and Thursday, **29th of June, 2017** at **7 PM IST** (GMT: 1.30 PM) Clic ...
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Answer: A: Where and how NGS techniques are heading for the next 5 years?
... Another dimension is [DNA as digital data storage][1]. Microsoft n others have already used synthesis and NGS to encode-decode digital data in DNA. So future could be also be in this direction. [1]: https://www.nature.com/news/how-dna-could-store-all-the-world-s-data-1.20496 ...
written 23 months ago by Persistent LABS740
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Answer: A: Have the copy numbers (or segment means) in the "minus_germline" TCGA datasets a
... TCGA uses a **normal reference set** for tangent normalization of raw intensity values followed by segmentation using CBS algorithm. These **reference normal set** are different from **matched normal** (Blood derived sample from the patient) as well as **Normal samples** (derived from healthy indivi ...
written 23 months ago by Persistent LABS740
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Answer: A: Where and how NGS techniques are heading for the next 5 years?
... In terms of data integration and analysis: Multiomics, Proteogenomics, Metagenomics-Metaproteomics, present trends - would become routine. ...
written 23 months ago by Persistent LABS740
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Answer: A: Webinar: Sequence alignment: the central step in reference based Next Generation
... **24 hours to go**! Register for the **free webinar**, if not already done so! ...
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Comment: C: Webinar: Sequence alignment: the central step in reference based Next Generation
... **24 hours to go**! Register for the **free webinar**, if not already done so! ...
written 2.3 years ago by Persistent LABS740
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News: Free Webinar: Sequence alignment: the central step in reference based Next Generation Sequencing data analysis
... Greetings from Persistent LABS !! Join us for the third webinar of our series on "**Sequence alignment: the central step in reference based Next Generation Sequencing data analysis**" on Friday, **January 20**, 2017 at **11:30 AM IST** (6:00 AM GMT) and **8:00 PM IST** (2:30 PM GMT). In our earlie ...
next-gen news alignment sangenix sam written 2.3 years ago by Persistent LABS740
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Comment: C: How to remove adapters from DNA-seq illumina reads?
... @hed.robin Yes. FastQC uses a database kept inside Configuration directory. Look for files: adapter_list.txt and contaminant_list.txt ...
written 2.5 years ago by Persistent LABS740

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