User: Glory Basumata

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Comment: C: Thank you Biostars!
... Thank you geek_y .... ...
written 5 weeks ago by Glory Basumata140
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Comment: C: Opportunity: Research positions in computational biology at all levels: Postdoct
... Thank you for your time Habil. ...
written 5 weeks ago by Glory Basumata140
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News: Thank you Biostars!
... Dear Biostars Community, Thank you! It's been little over a year that I joined the Biostars forum. In short- the journey has been amazing. In this short period of time, with Zero knowledge on RNA-Seq analysis, I began my first step towards taking the challenge to acquire the skills on the NGS techn ...
forum news acknowledgement thank you biostars written 5 weeks ago by Glory Basumata140
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Comment: C: Opportunity: Research positions in computational biology at all levels: Postdoct
... Hi Habil, I wanted to learn more about this opportunity but the links at the bottom are broken. ...
written 5 weeks ago by Glory Basumata140
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Comment: C: How to split both bam files and annotation files as per chromosome number?
... Thanks for the quick response genomax. I'll check it out now and get back. Cheers! ...
written 7 weeks ago by Glory Basumata140
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How to split both bam files and annotation files as per chromosome number?
... Hi All, I am working with a large output bam files generated from the STAR aligner. The alignment is done with hg38. I would like to split these bam files to the region of interest, for instance, chromosome number or coordinates so that I could reduce the computational power. Furthermore, I would a ...
annotation bam sam chr split written 7 weeks ago by Glory Basumata140
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Comment: C: What percent of reads should align to a reference gene to successfully validate
... Thank you for your suggestion Ishepard. ...
written 7 weeks ago by Glory Basumata140
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Comment: C: What percent of reads should align to a reference gene to successfully validate
... Hi Ishepard, Thank you for providing the details. This gene came from the p-adj <0.05. Although I have to check the log2 fold change value. Please have a look at the attached image link to the post above. Thanks for your help. ...
written 8 weeks ago by Glory Basumata140
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Comment: C: What percent of reads should align to a reference gene to successfully validate
... Hi genomax, Thanks for your response. I should have originally posted with the image. Yes I am working with a replicate (n=3). I have attached a link above with sashimiplot for the same gene. Kindly have a look at it. I appreciate your help. ...
written 8 weeks ago by Glory Basumata140
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What percent of reads should align to a reference gene to successfully validate it through RT-PCR?
... I have a list of differentially expressed genes (human) which I would like to validate through wet lab. One of the gene in normal condition do not have any read aligning to the reference genome while the treated sample has quite a lot of reads. I am curious to know is there a specific range or perce ...
gene rt-pcr rna-seq validation written 8 weeks ago by Glory Basumata140 • updated 5 weeks ago by h.mon26k

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Appreciated 5 weeks ago, created a post with more than 5 votes. For Thank you Biostars!
Popular Question 5 months ago, created a question with more than 1,000 views. For Running STAR aligner on paired-end reads as single-end read
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