User: Gareth Palidwor

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Comment: C: Using PAcalls for Clariom chips
... Hi Kris: Did you ever get a solution to this? I'm having similar issues with the Clariom D mouse array. paCalls(ClariomMouseData) Error in (function (classes, fdef, mtable) : unable to find an inherited method for function ‘paCalls’ for signature ‘"HTAFeatureSet"’ ...
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Comment: C: Subtracting contamination from RNASeq data
... I got an answer for this from Michael Love on the Bioconductor support forum: > So you could put it in the model as a numeric covariate (you don't do > anything special just put it in the design). This however assumes the > relationship with expression is log linear (so linear with log > ...
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Comment: C: Subtracting contamination from RNASeq data
... Hi Bruce: Removing a scaled percentage of MEF reads based on the contamination level estimate is straightforward and I've done that however, it messes up the fold change analysis. Subtraction will increase the expression variance by varying amounts per gene and that information is lost when I gen ...
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Comment: C: Subtracting contamination from RNASeq data
... Bruce: Thanks for your response, clarification added above in the original post. The differentiating cell line is also mouse so I can't remove the contamination by mapping. ...
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Subtracting contamination from RNASeq data
... I have a set of RNASeq data for various points of a differentiation time series, with replicates. A known fraction of the cells in each sample are MEFs, and that fraction varies quite a bit per sample. I have expression data for a pure MEF sample grown under similar conditions. I'd like to do a fo ...
rna-seq written 2.6 years ago by Gareth Palidwor1.6k • updated 2.6 years ago by h.mon29k
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Answer: A: Is There A Database Of Known Dna Binding Proteins?
... DNA binding is identified by the Gene Ontology annotations GO:0003677 Many protein databases have GO annotations that you can filter by. ...
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Answer: A: Functional Roles Of At-Rich Regions And Gc-Rich Regions In Mammalian Genomes?
... I don't think you're going to find a "database" of functional roles of AT and GC rich regions as the GC bias of a region is just a broad property of a sequence. Bad analogy, but it would be like trying to find a database of things in the world by weight. ...
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Answer: A: List Of Organization That Are Looking For Freelancer Bioinformatics, Genetics Or
... Bioinformatics freelancing/consulting been discussed previously on BioStar: - https://www.biostars.org/p/5016/ - https://www.biostars.org/p/1449/ ...
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Answer: A: Appropriate Podcasts For A Bioinformatician?
... For general science podcasts, I'd recommend Quirks and Quarks from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/ ...
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Answer: A: Biomart: Finding Ensembl Repeat Regions In A List Of Coordinates From R
... The simplest way would be to download a list of RepeatMasker determined repeat ranges from UCSC Table Browser, then intersect those with your set of regions using IRanges. It's not clear what genome you're using but UCSC has repeat regions for quite a few. **edited; accidentally said BioMart instead ...
written 7.9 years ago by Gareth Palidwor1.6k

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