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Comment: C: Hg19 x GrCh38
... Ok. So I will try to find out. Tx ...
written 2.5 years ago by paulo0
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Comment: A: Hg19 x GrCh38
... But my point is I could align FASTQ files (based on Hg19/Illumina) with the GRCH38? I will get the right chr positions of my snps? ...
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Comment: C: Hg19 x GrCh38
... Pharmacogenomics. Allele *1 = CYP2D6*1 = Its called the reference or the normal allele for CYP2D6 drug metabolizer enzyme and the *2 allele is a polymorphism in this enzyme. Sorry ...
written 2.5 years ago by paulo0
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Hg19 x GrCh38
... Hi guys we are using NGS for some PGX and we are facing a problem because our gene panel is based on Hg19, but for ex the CYP2D6 gene in this ref is the allele *2. When we use our vcf file many of the snps that are *2 are lost and we cant use the vcf file for genotyping so we must do it manually. T ...
assembly next-gen snp alignment written 2.5 years ago by paulo0 • updated 18 days ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Haplotypes for cyp450
... Hi there I am using a custom plate and Illumina to genotyping the snps from cyps450. I had to biulding all haplotypes by hand. There are any good free software tha I can running my list of snps (rs) or chr positions to do this work? Please let me know. Thank you ...
cyps450 snps genotyping written 2.7 years ago by paulo0 • updated 2.7 years ago by genomax70k

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