User: Joe.waldron

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Comment: C: Differences between archived versions of ensembl
... OK thanks very much for your reply ...
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Comment: C: refseq transcriptome annotation
... OK Thanks very much for your reply ...
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Differences between archived versions of ensembl
... Does anyone know how much difference there is between each version of the ensembl transcriptome? Our collaborator has recently analysed some RNA-seq data for us but he mapped to ensemble 75 for this. This is from Feb 2014 and part of GRCh37. Does anyone know if this is an issue or if it would be alm ...
ensembl alignment rna-seq written 9 weeks ago by Joe.waldron0 • updated 9 weeks ago by Emily_Ensembl13k
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Comment: C: refseq transcriptome annotation
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Comment: C: refseq transcriptome annotation
... We're particularly interested in 5'UTRs and I've read that the annotation of 5' ends is better in refseq ...
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refseq transcriptome annotation
... I have some next generation sequencing data that I am planning to map to the refseq transcriptome. However, the FASTA file that I have dowloaded doesn't have the positions of the UTRs/CDSs unlike the GENCODE FASTA which does have this information. I have been struggling to find the annotation for th ...
assembly rna-seq sequencing written 9 weeks ago by Joe.waldron0

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