User: Iñigo Prada

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Iñigo Prada140
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I am a second year Bioinformatics student and a student assistant/ Bioinformatician at the University of Copenhagen

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Comment: C: An approximate number of human genes, transcripts, proteins and metabolites?
... Ops, I didn't know that, I just used BioCyc for E.coli, thanks for the infor btw ...
written 14 days ago by Iñigo Prada140
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Comment: C: An approximate number of human genes, transcripts, proteins and metabolites?
... A google search could have pointed you to [BioCyC][1].See the link with E.coli K12 as example [1]: https://biocyc.org/ECOLI/organism-summary?object=ECOLI&chromosome=COLI-K12 ...
written 15 days ago by Iñigo Prada140
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Answer: A: X chromosome CNV analysis
... CNVkit will do the thing, but be aware that for CNV analysis, sequencing of the whole chromosome will give you more reliable results. ...
written 20 days ago by Iñigo Prada140
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Comment: C: Abnormal pair orientation in RNA-seq data
... Have you ckecked in circRNA databases if there are circRNAs anotated in that region? ...
written 26 days ago by Iñigo Prada140
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Comment: C: Biopython retrieve atom coordinates and residue name
... I think that you should read the documentation (if you have read it, do it again) before asking about how to get the residue, you will find the useful information there. About your problem of ZN atoms, I will go for a [try-catch ][1] example: try: "piece of code where you try to get th ...
written 26 days ago by Iñigo Prada140
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Comment: C: hisat2 lead to highly multimapping rate
... Sorry for my late answer. I have been away. I would find suspicious to see two peaks in the G+C distribution. Have you blast the overerepresented sequences? ...
written 27 days ago by Iñigo Prada140
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Answer: A: Biopython retrieve atom coordinates and residue name
... As you have said, you need to read the biopython documentation, which has a class called [PDB][1] and it is well documented with examples. In section 8.3 of the docs it is well explained how to iterate through a structure object. p=PDBParser() structure=p.get_structure(’X’, ’pdb1fat.ent’) ...
written 27 days ago by Iñigo Prada140
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Comment: C: hisat2 lead to highly multimapping rate
... G+C, overrepresented sequences? ...
written 4 weeks ago by Iñigo Prada140
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Comment: C: hisat2 lead to highly multimapping rate
... read length? does your QC look file? ...
written 4 weeks ago by Iñigo Prada140
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Comment: C: hisat2 lead to highly multimapping rate
... Which parameters are you using in the mapping? how long are your reads? does the quality control look fine? ...
written 4 weeks ago by Iñigo Prada140

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