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Download SNPs data
... I want to download SNPs data that contains every SNP's genotype with its magnitude, orientation and summary in a csv file or something like that.. for example: ` rs4988235,minus,(C;C),2.5,likely to be lactose intolerant as an adult` is there is something like that available to download ? ...
data snp genotype phenotype written 9 months ago by ahm3dhany10 • updated 8 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: C: ORF finder script
... thanks.. could you please provide me with an article or paper or anything that elaborate the other details I neglected. ...
written 10 months ago by ahm3dhany10
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Comment: C: ORF finder script
... First of all, thank you for your answer.. do you mean by "forward frames" that if each nucleotide of the sequence flipped (i.e. A->T, T->A, C->G and G->C) ? ...
written 10 months ago by ahm3dhany10
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ORF finder script
... I wrote a basic bash script to find the ORF (i.e. open reading frame) in a given nucleotide sequence and I need to know if I done it right. ORF_finder.sh : #!/bin/bash var=$1 grep -Eo --color=auto 'ATG(...)*T(A(A|G)|GA)' $1 an example for the usage: ~$ sequence="CTGGATGATCCT ...
open reading frame orf bash shell sequencing written 10 months ago by ahm3dhany10
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(Closed) database for diagnosis of diseases
... Where can I find text file containning information from SNPedia likes this: {{rsnum | rsid = 1050283 | Gene = OLR1 | geno1 = (C;C) | geno2 = (C;T) | geno3 = (T;T) | effect1 = increased risk for Alzheimer's | effect2 = increased risk for Alzheimer's | effect3 = n ...
snp written 17 months ago by ahm3dhany10 • updated 17 months ago by natasha.sernova2.6k
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SNPedia Database question
... Is there any database that contains the information provided in these fields in SNPedia.com : (rsID, orientation, Genotype, Magnitude, Summary) ![enter image description here][1] ![enter image description here][2] [1]: http://65.media.tumblr.com/76be9f32b27dae1dad5ac490483838d2/tumblr_inline_n ...
snp written 17 months ago by ahm3dhany10 • updated 17 months ago by natasha.sernova2.6k
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SNPedia confusion (rs6265)
... the 23andme file shows that the genotype at Rs6265 is AG.. so i went to SNPedia and saw that the orientation is (minus) so i flipped the AG to CT .. but there is no CT at the page !! http://www.snpedia.com/index.php/Rs6265 why is that ?! ...
snp written 17 months ago by ahm3dhany10 • updated 17 months ago by Denise - Open Targets4.1k
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23andme vs SNPedia confusion
... Question to clear up the confusion.. I am comparing the genotypes of rsIDs from the 23andme files versus the genotypes from snpedia. 23andme file for individual X: ![enter image description here][1] on snpedia (for rs4988235): ![enter image description here][2] on snpedia (for rs9939609): ![ ...
genome snp rsid phenotype genotype written 17 months ago by ahm3dhany10
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Comment: C: 23andme files uses GRCh37 or GRCh38 ?
... Another question to clear up the confusion.. I am comparing the genotypes of rsIDs from the 23andme files versus the genotypes from snpedia. 23andme file for individual X: ![enter image description here][1] on snpedia (for rs4988235): ![enter image description here][2] on snpedia (for rs99396 ...
written 17 months ago by ahm3dhany10
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23andme files uses GRCh37 or GRCh38 ?
... Does anyone know if 23andme switched to GRCh38 or they are still using GRCh37? ...
genome 23andme reference genome orientation written 17 months ago by ahm3dhany10 • updated 17 months ago by Devon Ryan73k

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