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Comment: C: How to compare Sanger Sequenced data to the reference sequence?
... It is a commonly used model plant (wheat), but the gene of interest is not useful for daily research. So, I would use the fast file. ...
written 15 days ago by anikcropscience30
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Comment: C: How to compare Sanger Sequenced data to the reference sequence?
... Oh, that is cool. But it does not have the desired reference sequence. I can download and upload the ref. seq. though. thank you. ...
written 15 days ago by anikcropscience30
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Comment: C: How to compare Sanger Sequenced data to the reference sequence?
... Yes. Thank you very much for your help. ...
written 15 days ago by anikcropscience30
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Comment: C: How to compare Sanger Sequenced data to the reference sequence?
... Thank you. No, I am not a command line expert. ...
written 15 days ago by anikcropscience30
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How to compare Sanger Sequenced data to the reference sequence?
... Hello, I have a question related to analyzing Sanger sequenced data. The reference gene is >7 kb long and it has 4 CDS (1900 bp). The gene has 8 allelic forms (1900 bp). My goal is to re-sequence the 4 exons from my material and compare the allelic diversity (if there is any) with the reference a ...
gene assembly alignment sequencing sanger written 15 days ago by anikcropscience30 • updated 15 days ago by trausch1.5k
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How to interpret SNP-based heritability estimate of 0 and 0.9999999?
... Hello, I have an SNP dataset of 717014 SNPs and a very small sample size (145). I have 50 traits that are quantitative. I have estimated the SNP-based heritability using the GCTA tool. And for most of the traits, I have got pretty good estimates with SE (0.1 to 0.2). But with the same sample size, I ...
genome snp written 3 months ago by anikcropscience30
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Comment: C: How to estimate SNP-based heritability?
... Thank you very much. I will check those tools. ...
written 4 months ago by anikcropscience30
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How to estimate SNP-based heritability?
... Hello, I have a SNP dataset with 717044 SNPs and 48 phenotypes from a plant-pathogen interaction. I have done GWAS using GAPIT/TASSEL. Now, I want to estimate SNP-based heritability for each of the trait. Can anyone please recommend which tools are available for estimating SNP-based heritability? S ...
genome R snp sequencing written 4 months ago by anikcropscience30 • updated 4 months ago by Sam2.7k
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Comment: C: How to do a Haplotype based GWAS?
... Ok thanks a lot for the information. ...
written 12 months ago by anikcropscience30
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Comment: C: How to do a Haplotype based GWAS?
... This can be done with Vcftools or bcftools? Is bcftools included in Plink? Sorry, if the question is naive. I am new in this field. ...
written 12 months ago by anikcropscience30

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