User: A. Domingues

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I analyse -omics data and try to make sense of it. I used to work at the bench, but it has been long enough that I can consider myself a bioinformatician now.

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Comment: C: Reads mapped on wrong strand
... No problem (you can click the accept bottom if you are happy with the answer). One more note, if you are going to count reads mapping to genes with something like `featureCounts` or `HTseq-count`, those tools will have have a library flag to be set to the library protocol - to count the reads correc ...
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Comment: C: Reads mapped on wrong strand
... I was not aware of that, good to know. I normally use one of STAR/bowtie/bwa, and AFAIK, there is no option to correct on those (I am happy if someone tells me I am wrong). For pseudo-alignment, `salmon` will autodetect the library protocol. ...
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Comment: C: Reads mapped on wrong strand
... In the reverse strand library prep (also know as dUTP based) what gets sequenced is not the original RNA but the reverse-complement. Thus when it gets mapped it goes to the opposite strand. This diagram might explain better: http://onetipperday.sterding.com/2012/07/how-to-tell-which-library-type-to- ...
written 13 days ago by A. Domingues2.4k
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Answer: C: Reads mapped on wrong strand
... Depending on the library preparation method (dUTP based), this could be completely normal. ...
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Comment: C: Integrate single-cell datasets (TPM and raw) to find gene markers between cluste
... Just to add another note after doing some more research, Seurat doesn't recommend using `SCTransform` values for differential expression. So the sctransform is not even necessary for this. ...
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Comment: C: Integrate single-cell datasets (TPM and raw) to find gene markers between cluste
... Cheers @ATpoint. This is what I feared. Cheers. I will have to go back to the drawing board. ...
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Comment: C: Calculate strand ratio for repeat (ALU) elements
... If no one adds a valid answer in the coming days I will accept my own answer. ...
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Answer: A: Calculate strand ratio for repeat (ALU) elements
... I shared this question on [twitter][1] and it seems that this approach appears to be ok. A few suggestions as alternative/ complementary approaches : - use repBase (or consensus) sequences instead of repeatmasker - map to genome and intersect with annotated TE coordinates. [1]: https://twitter.c ...
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Integrate single-cell datasets (TPM and raw) to find gene markers between clusters
... Hi all, I am trying to find cell markers to distinguish population A and B using single-cell RNA-seq data publicly available. The snag is that these populations where identified in different studies, and the data is available as **raw counts** (10x) for one study and **TPMs** (Smart-seq*) for anot ...
single-cell sc seurat written 13 days ago by A. Domingues2.4k • updated 8 days ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: C: piRNA cluster annotation of non-model organisms
... I am glad it helped :) ...
written 19 days ago by A. Domingues2.4k

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