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Comment: C: Difference in R1 and R2 FASTQ files from RNA seq paired end
... I think that facility desperately needs to review their procedures and you should probably think twice before using them again (if that's an option) If the data is single end, why on Earth would they deliver an R2. Also, if you request paired-end (inferring from your post), why do you get single end ...
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Comment: C: single contig de novo assembly
... You can also check the contigs/transcripts that you already have. ...
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Comment: C: single contig de novo assembly
... Just a thought: are you certain that all of your RNA-Seq data is pure virus? Have you checked that your other contigs are not something else, e.g. host (depending on how the virus was isolated, obviously)? I am asking, as I have worked on RNA viruses present in insect transcriptomes. In my case, bo ...
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Comment: C: Sequencing on Novaseq 6000 in the UK
... [Earlham Institute][1] has a NovaSeq 6000. [1]: http://www.earlham.ac.uk ...
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Answer: A: What is happening in the Nussinov Algorithm?
... > What are i and j. Are they just called this because there are paired with each other? i and j are two bases. They might be called a and b, b_i and b_j or bugs and bunny. i and j are only assumed to be paired with each in case 1 of the scoring function. > What is K and K + 1 in the bifurca ...
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Comment: C: Needleman-Wunsch with Python
... For differentiating between gap extension and opening, you need to use an affine gap penalty model. For instance, have a look [here][1]. [1]: http://helios.mi.parisdescartes.fr/~lomn/Cours/BI/Material2019/gap-penalty-gotoh.pdf ...
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Comment: C: Python script for filtering out read quality
... It's not completely clear where your problem is. Is it that you don't know how to do it in Python? I'd say (before one of the others does it), give us some of your ideas and someone might guide you from there. So, if it is just that the Python part is the problem, then outline the steps that you wan ...
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Comment: C: How do I specify single end Read in CIRCquant?
... Just judging from the first couple lines of code at [the CIRIquant github repo][1], the tool will terminate if it doesn't receive -1 and -2, so yea, not without modifying that (which might be easy enough, though!). [1]: https://github.com/Kevinzjy/CIRIquant/blob/master/CIRIquant/main.py ...
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Comment: C: How do I specify single end Read in CIRCquant?
... Hmm, have you tried to only use the -1 option? ...
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Comment: C: How do I specify single end Read in CIRCquant?
... If this is the published paper (https://genomemedicine.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13073-019-0614-1), where do they mention that the program can take in single end reads? Given that the method is based on (reverse) overlap detection of paired-end reads > RO read detection and verificati ...
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