User: Venkatesh Chellappa

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Comment: C: How to extract reads that support the structural variants using the vcf file and
... I am looking for the supporting reads. Without that I cannot have the read_names.txt ...
written 21 days ago by Venkatesh Chellappa10
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How to extract reads that support the structural variants using the vcf file and bam file?
... I am trying to extract reads that support structural variants called from a sample. I would like to get these reads from the bam file that was used in structural variant calling. The purpose of this is to have a minimal bam (evidence bam) that contains only the reads that support structural variant ...
supporting-reads next-gen tool structural-variant written 22 days ago by Venkatesh Chellappa10 • updated 22 days ago by ATpoint26k
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Comment: C: Extract PE Reads (with their mates) supporting variants in vcf file
... I need the "reads supporting the variant" to visualize in IGV. I am currently using an "evidence bam" that contains reads that support breakpoints on left and right ends of the structural variants. so yeah, me manually extracting the reads based on the loci of breakpoints is too laborious and I wan ...
written 22 days ago by Venkatesh Chellappa10
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Comment: A: Extract PE Reads (with their mates) supporting variants in vcf file
... hi Pierre, Excellent!!! This is something I was trying to do a couple of weeks ago and settled for VariantBam. But now I see this discussion, I would like to ask if this is applicable for structural variants as well. As we all know, the vcf for structural variants is a bit different compared to SN ...
written 17 months ago by Venkatesh Chellappa10 • updated 17 months ago by genomax75k
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Answer: A: What Are The Most Common Stupid Mistakes In Bioinformatics?
... Opening a .clc file in terminal only to find out it was a binary! #facepalm ...
written 2.7 years ago by Venkatesh Chellappa10

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