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Comment: C: small rna length distribution
... ok may be just check with [fastq][1] if you have a correct nuclear acid repartition in your trimmed reads. [1]: https://www.bioinformatics.babraham.ac.uk/projects/fastqc/ ...
written 9 months ago by Titus910
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Comment: C: Annovar result GT field
... I think you have multi variants at the some position , 0 is wild type if i remenber corretly, 1 the first variant possible etc ...
written 9 months ago by Titus910
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Comment: C: small rna length distribution
... Hi , How do your performed your trimming step with list of adaptor sequence ? What tool do you used ? Are you sure you can t have 32 bp RNA possible ? I was thinking in Piwi RNA for exemple . Best ...
written 9 months ago by Titus910
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Comment: C: bed graph and IGV
... hi , are you sure it's REF/saccer3.fa.fai and not REF/saccer3.fa or just REF/saccer3? Best ...
written 9 months ago by Titus910
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Comment: C: Get identical elements and index from 2 Arrays in Perl
... Hi , Your post don't have links with bio-informatics you should post it on [stackoverflow][1]. I still give you a link where you can find what you are looking for [Perl tuto][2]. [1]: https://stackoverflow.com/ [2]: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/perl/perl_arrays.htm ...
written 10 months ago by Titus910
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Comment: C: snpEff output gets zero results for synonymous SNPs
... Yes but as @SMK said you can do `grep -c 'synonymous_variant' snpEffoutput.vcf` ...
written 10 months ago by Titus910
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Comment: C: snpEff output gets zero results for synonymous SNPs
... Can you show the command line you use , and part of your output file snpEffoutput.vcf ? Best ...
written 10 months ago by Titus910
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Comment: C: Question on patterns search in DNA sequences
... Ok so , seaching pattern in databases ? genomes ? I try blast accept R and . ...
written 10 months ago by Titus910
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Comment: C: where is parameter of significant level to call copynumber on 'CNVkit'???
... Hi , You have options here [in CNVkint][1] listed like --drop-low-coverage with whom you can play. Best [1]: https://cnvkit.readthedocs.io/en/stable/germline.html ...
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Comment: C: Question on patterns search in DNA sequences
... Your pattern doesn't looks like DNA you should describe more your question. Maybe you speak about [blastx][1] [1]: https://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Blast.cgi?PROGRAM=blastx&PAGE_TYPE=BlastSearch&LINK_LOC=blasthome ...
written 10 months ago by Titus910

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