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Comment: C: CUFFLINKS error: Warning: invalid start coordinate at line:
... Can you show reads aligned from your bam ? ...
written 8 days ago by Titus770
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Comment: C: Differences of reads between uBam and fastq from Ion Torrent
... @genomax explanation is certainly rigth. You should confirme this by checking the torrent suite documentation if you are using it ( i told you that because in my version we add a fastq = to uBam in termes of reads, so low quality reads where removes from the fastq). ...
written 12 days ago by Titus770
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Comment: C: Differences of reads between uBam and fastq from Ion Torrent
... Hi , Yes it's the same number as fastq. They choose this format because it's saving space because it's compressed format et fastq is not. The u of uBam mean unaligned. Best ...
written 12 days ago by Titus770
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Comment: C: Trio data base for de-novo mutations
... Hi , Do you have acces to raw sequencing (bam/ fastq files) ? So in this case you could generate the vcf missing. Can you explain a bit more what is the your final goal ? Best ...
written 12 days ago by Titus770
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Comment: C: SnpEff annotation was not consistent with the original snp result
... @microfuge is rigth your gene Rv0008c is on the complement strand : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/gene/887085 Best ...
written 22 days ago by Titus770
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Comment: C: GC content in DNA sequnce
... Hi , so it should be an adaptater if it's appearing in adaptater list :) I don't really understand what you speak about when you said "the quality report just got worse" ? Best ...
written 22 days ago by Titus770
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Comment: C: aligning to circular sequence
... Is it NGS data ? Because i did it on times on NGS data with bwa and to make this possible i just merge 2 references together .... ...
written 5 months ago by Titus770
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Comment: C: loaded a sorted bam file in IGV but I can't see anything
... To add information , i never be able to read the BAM (convert from the SAM output ) with IGV with this option. ...
written 5 months ago by Titus770
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Comment: C: question about isoform switching searching tools
... Is there any example of input data in the documentation ? you could make some first test to check if the software run in a good way. I don't see header in you input example and there is space lines . ...
written 5 months ago by Titus770
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Comment: C: question about isoform switching searching tools
... Hi , Can you give us your command line ? By the way the documentation don't gives java version and dependencies from links you gives. ...
written 5 months ago by Titus770

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