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using DREME and .broadpeak file
... I have chip-seq data and used MACS2 to find peaks (genomic regions enriched for methylation). now I want to find the motifs. I found a tool called "DREME". but the input file for that is `.fasta` format and what I have is `.broadpeak` file. do you know how to use DREME and `.broadpeak` file? ...
chip-seq written 28 days ago by alirezamomeni7070 • updated 28 days ago by kennethcondon2007750
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DE analysis of single cell RNAseq
... I have scRNAseq data (counts files not fastq files). I got 3 types of counts including: 1- BarcodeCounts 2- ReadCounts 3- TranscriptCounts now I want to do differentially expression analysis to identify DE genes. for normal RNAseq we ususally use read counts to identify significant ge ...
rna-seq written 4 weeks ago by alirezamomeni7070 • updated 4 weeks ago by kennethcondon2007750
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Answer: C: how to get the coverage for the entire interval
... bedtools genomecov -ibam accepted_hits.bam -g GRCh37.p13.genome.fa > output.txt I want read counts per position. ...
written 7 weeks ago by alirezamomeni7070
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how to get the coverage for the entire interval
... I have aligned my `RNA-seq` data and trying to get the coverage of 72 `nt` sequence using `bedtools`. I also have the coordinate of this sequence. when I get the coverage results, that is only for 62 bases. I want to get the coverage for the entire interval not `5p` or `3p`. do you know how to solve ...
alignment rna-seq written 7 weeks ago by alirezamomeni7070
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Comment: C: counting the reads mapped to specific coordinate in the genome
... if you mean to use for instance HTseq_count, I have tried to use it but it needs GTF file which has information for all genes. if you get it from gencode or other websites, the information for the tRNA variants are not included. if I get the specific GTF file from the website relate to the the gene ...
written 7 weeks ago by alirezamomeni7070
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counting the reads mapped to specific coordinate in the genome
... I have RNA-seq data and aligned them to the genome, so I also have bam files. I also have the sequence of tRNA genes in the genome and corresponding coordinates. so, the question is that how can I count the number of reads that map to each coordinate separately in the genome. in other word, I want t ...
genome rna-seq written 7 weeks ago by alirezamomeni7070
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trimming reads in fastq file
... I have a fastq file and at the beginning of all reads I have a "N". how can I get ride of that N using command line? here is an example: @SRR2163140.1 HISEQ:148:C670LANXX:3:1101:1302:1947 length=50 NGCGACCTCAGATCAGACGTGGCGACCTGGAATTCTCGGGTGCCAAGGAA +SRR2163140.1 HISEQ:148:C670LANXX:3:1 ...
rna-seq written 9 weeks ago by alirezamomeni7070 • updated 9 weeks ago by Charles Plessy2.0k
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Comment: C: alignment of sequencing data to the tRNA transcriptome
... here is the error I got after running this command: Error: Couldn't build bowtie index with err = 1 ...
written 9 weeks ago by alirezamomeni7070
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Comment: C: alignment of sequencing data to the tRNA transcriptome
... what tool do you suggest? actually I need to get bam file. ...
written 9 weeks ago by alirezamomeni7070
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Comment: C: alignment of sequencing data to the tRNA transcriptome
... I actually tried did not work. maybe my command was wrong. do you have an example? ...
written 9 weeks ago by alirezamomeni7070

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