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How do BOLT and SAIGE calculate LD?... with PLINK LD?
... When you run a PLINK GWAS, you run PLINK LD on the significant hits. How is LD calculated for other association algorithms like BOLT and SAIGE? ...
gwas bolt saige plink written 6 weeks ago by syntax50
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Comment: C: Noncoding annotations for WGS?
... Thank you. I'm having a look now. What kinds of questions would this help you answer about a gene or variant? ...
written 9 weeks ago by syntax50
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Noncoding annotations for WGS?
... When looking at SNV and CNV in intronic regions, what annotations should be taken into account? Here is what I can think of so far: - Histone regions - Regulatory sites (splicing) - Transcription factors - eQTL catalogs (GTEx, Expression Atlas) ...
annotation noncoding intron written 9 weeks ago by syntax50
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How rare are somatic mutations?
... In Foundation Medicine's Tumor Mutation Burden (TMB) study... https://genomemedicine.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13073-017-0424-2 They claim a **median of 3.6 somatic mutations per Mb (million)** in metasticised samples. Despite the fact that the experiment filtered out germline and dbSNP v ...
varscan tumor mutect snp somatic written 4 months ago by syntax50
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Comment: C: Are SV tools as thorough in CNV detection as CNVkit?
... Oh, GATK4 is introducing germline and somatic CNV detection that outputs to vcf. ...
written 6 months ago by syntax50
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Are SV tools as thorough in CNV detection as CNVkit?
... In reading through the documentation of tools like Illumina Manta, DNAnexus Parliament, Delly, Mobster - they make reference to CNV as one of the types of structural variation that can be detected. However, when I read through CNVkit's documentation it is extremely thorough and specific to amplifi ...
sv cnvkit parliament manta cnv written 6 months ago by syntax50
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Comment: C: VCF - what are overlapping variants?
... Thanks for the explanation, Len. Seems like computer scientists trying to save a few bits. I'm sure I will be running that tool of yours soon enough. ...
written 7 months ago by syntax50
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Comment: C: Are small insertions always single-stranded?
... Wow. So a matching nucleotide will likely be inserted on the other side? Thanks! ...
written 7 months ago by syntax50
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Are small insertions always single-stranded?
... Are small insertions (indels) always single stranded? In the example below a break in the lower strand is repaired with the insertion of G. It could have inserted more than 1 nucleotide though. Is it true that small insertions would never insert on both strands... as seen in large-scale SV inserti ...
indel written 7 months ago by syntax50
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Comment: C: VCF - what are overlapping variants?
... Thanks Pierre. Please allow me to clarify as I am not all the way there yet. Guessing your 4th column is ALT and the 5th column is REF. CAGA represents a 4-nucleotide insertion? And the last A in that insertion is falls at position 13462... where it is being counted a second time as a snp? Looke ...
written 7 months ago by syntax50

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