User: genebow

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genebow140
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Research: repeats and periodicities in genomes, protein-protein interactions, protein structures, microbiome, and NGS data analysis.

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Forum: (Closed) Bioinformatics data analytics discussion
... This discussion form is removed because it causes some information that can not be verified. --- EDIT by [RamRS](/u/8494): ####Original content: > I am looking for a freelance work for bioinformatics, genome data analytics, would someone recommend reliable sites? shall work from remote. Thank ...
genome alignment forum sequence snp written 5 weeks ago by genebow140 • updated 5 weeks ago by RamRS20k
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Comment: C: paired-end reads in BBMap randomreads.sh
... Very helpful. Thanks! I was looking for a tool to generate pair-end reads from assembled genome. This helps a lot. ...
written 7 weeks ago by genebow140
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Answer: A: Identifying shared exact sequence variants between two datasets
... You may use sliding window approach to align windowed sequence from one genome onto the other genome. ...
written 9 weeks ago by genebow140
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Comment: C: SNP analysis between two bacterial genomes
... To analyze SNP between two bacterial genomes, you may use histogram plot. You can see my programs at https://github.com/cyinbox/NGS ...
written 3 months ago by genebow140
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Answer: A: How can I contribute to the Bioinformatics community as a Software Engineer
... If you have time, you may consider to do independent research in bioinformatics and computational biology, research results can be published as papers, ePrints, and patents. ...
written 4 months ago by genebow140
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Comment: C: how to determine bacteria relatedness from two variant calls
... Thank you very much for your suggestions! ...
written 7 months ago by genebow140
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how to determine bacteria relatedness from two variant calls
... When the NGS reads of an unknown bacteria are mapped to two reference genomes for variant calls, how do we determine the relatedness the unknown bacteria to each reference genome? From SNPs, assuming mappings fully cover two reference genomes, is there a metric that determines which reference is c ...
genome next-gen snp written 7 months ago by genebow140 • updated 7 months ago by Ian5.3k
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Answer: A: can variants be called between two genomes?
... Thank you for your solution! ...
written 8 months ago by genebow140
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can variants be called between two genomes?
... Usually, SNP calling is between a reference genome sequence (fasta) and reads (fastq), is it possible to use the commonly used pipeline (BWA alignment and GATK) to call variants between two genomes (fasta files)? For example, I need to find out the SNPs between bacterial strains, which genome se ...
alignment next-gen sequence snp written 8 months ago by genebow140
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Comment: A: Number of SNPs in VCF
... Do you mean the histogram of SNPs in VCF? ...
written 15 months ago by genebow140

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