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Comment: C: How to calculate the percent of methylated cytosines.
... btw, what does “OP” mean? ...
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Comment: C: How to calculate the percent of methylated cytosines.
... Thx 4 all your reply, @dariober's answer is what I mean. I don't know what the paper means and confused. ...
written 2.4 years ago by t2g4free0
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Comment: C: How to calculate the percent of methylated cytosines.
... Yeah, but there is no result just like the I read from the paper. I know it must have to calculate, but how is the key point. Anyway, thx ...
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Comment: C: How to calculate the percent of methylated cytosines.
... Of course, they all use WGBS, after alignment, they got the cytosine methylation state in every reads, but then? ...
written 2.4 years ago by t2g4free0
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How to calculate the percent of methylated cytosines.
... I read from a paper: "14% of cytosines are methylated in Arabidopsis thaliana, 4% in Mus musculus, 2.3% in Escherichia coli, 0.03% in Drosophila, and virtually none (< 0.0002%) in yeast" but they did not say how to get the number of methylated cytosines. Anybody could show me how to calculate t ...
methylation wgbs written 2.4 years ago by t2g4free0 • updated 2.4 years ago by Phil Ewels480
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Comment: C: What is the meaning of methylation level of C in DNA Sequenced data?
... Bravo answer! How to deal with heterogeneous in practice? Thx ...
written 2.4 years ago by t2g4free0
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Comment: C: Definition and formula of methylation heterogeneity
... I come across the same question just like you and what's your choice in the end? thx ...
written 2.4 years ago by t2g4free0
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Comment: C: How to get some result in WGBS?
... Yeah, some good advice. for the 1st question, I prefer to know the percent of C that are coverage by the bisulphite-treated reads in genome wide. ...
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Comment: C: How to get some result in WGBS?
... Thx 4 your reply. the 3ed question is different in different article, so I was confused. ...
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Comment: C: Do I have to use beta-values/m-values for RRBS/WGBS data ?
... https://www.biostars.org/p/269355/ Hope get your answer, thx. And bison is good aligner, and some auxilary scripts is wonderful. ...
written 2.4 years ago by t2g4free0

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