User: Cliff Beall

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Job: Postdoc in Bioinformatics of the Oral Microbiome, Ohio State University
... The laboratory of Drs. Eugene Leys and Ann Griffen in the Division of Biosciences, College of Dentistry at the Ohio State University has an opening for a postdoctoral associate to study the oral microbiome. We have several ongoing projects including studies of the acquisition of the oral microbiome ...
ohio state postdoc oral job microbiome written 3.5 years ago by Cliff Beall450
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Answer: A: As an illumina customer, do you use basespace, alternative cloud solution or pip
... I played around with the basespace applications a bit and was pretty unimpressed. From my experience it's not up to the task, though I'm not doing the same applications as you. For one example, the 16S analysis. It is pretty basic and inaccurate but I thought might give a preliminary idea of our sa ...
written 3.8 years ago by Cliff Beall450
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Answer: A: Why add 'A' to 3' end of DNA when preparing sample
... As far as I know, this is not specific to SureSelect, it's all Illumina ligation-based protocols. When you ligate the sequencing adapters to the target insert, it helps get adapter to insert ligation, because the adapters have a T overhang on their 3' ends and can pair. The inserts or adapters liga ...
written 3.9 years ago by Cliff Beall450
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Answer: A: HIV : gtf or gff annotation
... ftp://ftp.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genomes/Viruses/Human_immunodeficiency_virus_1_uid15476/NC_001802.gff By the way, Manu, there are quite a few other genes in there as well: tat, rev and all that good stuff. ...
written 4.0 years ago by Cliff Beall450
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Answer: A: Crac: Funny And/Or Weird Names For Bioinformatics Tools
... I always thought Picard was a funny name. Were the authors Star Trek fans? ...
written 4.2 years ago by Cliff Beall450
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Comment: C: Crac: Funny And/Or Weird Names For Bioinformatics Tools
... Have some freebayes while you're at it. ...
written 4.2 years ago by Cliff Beall450
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Comment: C: Does CNVs follow Mendelian inheritance pattern?
... If a CNV is due to a duplication it might involve multiple chromosomal locations and might have non-Mendelian inheritance. Deletions and tandem duplications should be Mendelian. Not sure if this is the answer you need - it seems like you might not be asking about Mendelian inheritance but just gene ...
written 4.2 years ago by Cliff Beall450
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Comment: C: I'm applying for a non-PhD bioinformatics position in your lab. What do you look
... We have had some undergrad/bachelors level bioinformaticians make some nice contributions and get published in our lab. They did not have much in the way of specific prerequisites, more just being smart and a willingness to hack. By the way, if you're in Ohio or willing to move, we might want to ta ...
written 4.4 years ago by Cliff Beall450
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Differences of Bacterial Genome ftp folders at NCBI
... Hi folks, I have been wondering for a while about all the different places that one can find bacterial genomes on the NCBI ftp site. If one looks in the genome folder there are (at least) subfolders Bacteria, Bacteria_DRAFT, ASSEMBLY_BACTERIA, and HUMAN_MICROBIOM. I think I understand that Bacteria ...
genome ncbi bacteria written 4.4 years ago by Cliff Beall450
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Comment: C: Is there anyone who was a pure biologist?
... I did wet lab work for 30 years, for the last 5 have done mostly informatics. The biology background does help out occasionally.  I find programming to be a bit more rewarding than wet lab experiments on a day to day basis, you don't seem to hit walls as often. (Except when stuff won't install and y ...
written 4.6 years ago by Cliff Beall450

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