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Comment: C: ABySS vs. MaSuRCA -- opinions
... This is a pretty clear answer ;) Just wondering, did you ever do Illumina only with MaSuRCA? ...
written 6 weeks ago by Michael160
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ABySS vs. MaSuRCA -- opinions
... What is your opinion on ABySS vs. MaSuRCA for Illumina only assemblies (*de novo*)? I have: - Genomes about 1GB in size - Di- or Tetraploid - About 60x coverage - Paired-end 150bp Illumina Would you go for ABySS or MaSuRCA? Or do you even have another one you would pick? I think ABySS should ...
assembly sequencing written 6 weeks ago by Michael160
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Tool for design of crRNA for Cas9 no amp enrichment (long read)
... I need a tool to design crRNAs (Cas9) for no-Amp enrichment. It will be used for PacBio or Oxford Nanopore. An example for an application is here: https://www.pacb.com/wp-content/uploads/Reference-Guide-Designing-CRISPR-Cas9-RNA-Oligonucleotides-for-the-No-Amp-Targeted-Sequencing-Procedure.pdf The ...
crrna cas9 pacbio nanopore written 6 months ago by Michael160 • updated 5 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: C: Petition to demand that the Federal German Government release all genomic data o
... Universities are funded by public money (mostly) -- so should be open. Those places are not there to monopolize data! Private companies are a different thing. Do not mix those things. Although many companies share data as well because they see that it helps them as well. ...
written 9 months ago by Michael160
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Comment: C: Is it possible to download the full EpiCov database from GISAID?
... I guess what would solve the problem is if GISAID would allow INSDC to sync data across their databases. Which is not possible the way GISAID operates at the moment. Fun thing is: GISAID imports data from open INSDC databases and incorporate it into their EpiFlu database ;) ...
written 9 months ago by Michael160
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Comment: C: Petition to demand that the Federal German Government release all genomic data o
... Don't think I am allowed to... ...
written 10 months ago by Michael160
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Answer: A: Petition to demand that the Federal German Government release all genomic data o
... If you have access to GISAID you can download the acknowledgement table. There you can identify labs/hospitals uploading data to GISAID. You can contact them and suggest that they (also) upload to GenBank/ENA/etc. I just did that, let's see what response I get ;) ...
written 10 months ago by Michael160
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Comment: C: Is it possible to download the full EpiCov database from GISAID?
... Istvan, 100% agree. I think the way NCBI, ENA and others handle this, provides the same level of acknowledgment. To me it looks a bit like this is just some way of monopolizing the data in order to still be "important". ...
written 10 months ago by Michael160
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Comment: C: Is it possible to download the full EpiCov database from GISAID?
... Istvan, this was my thinking as well! Why is it necessary to execute "dos2unix" first. WTF. :( One should really encourage every single researcher to submit to NCBI, ENA, et al. ...
written 10 months ago by Michael160
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Comment: C: Is it possible to download the full EpiCov database from GISAID?
... OK, now it is there... It was not so far. Maybe you have to specifically ask for it. I wrote them a mail yesterday that batch download would be very helpful. They might have added a flag for batch download now. Whatever... EDIT: Thanks for the script by the way!! ...
written 10 months ago by Michael160

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