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Comment: C: How to get quality output for exome assembly ?
... Look at the FastQC report - if it shows Adapter contamination there (Adapter and Overrepresented Sequences) then you should run Trimmomatic using the default settings on their webpage and see what that does (run FastQC again on the trimmed reads). You might need to check which adapter file to use. A ...
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Comment: C: Where can I find the required files to configure the genomic data to run THOR fo
... You should be able to generate the gene_regions file from the gtf (e.g. using bedops as suggested in https://www.biostars.org/p/56280/). For the gene_alias file you could try "cheating" and just give a tab-separated file containing one row for each gene with all three columns having the same Ensembl ...
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Answer: C: How to get quality output for exome assembly ?
... 1. You can trim your exome reads with Trimmomatic just as you can do with WGS reads. 2. I wouldn't worry about the base sequence content of the first 10bp. That is the typical picture and in exome seq, which is more biased than WGS, it is even less alarming. 3. -t is not needed for viewing unles ...
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Comment: C: h5 file of cell ranger
... https://support.10xgenomics.com/single-cell-gene-expression/software/pipelines/latest/advanced/h5_matrices says non-zero UMI counts, doesn't mention normalization at all. ...
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Comment: C: Can you get mpileup to report positions with coverage of 0?
... What is the next downstream step? I am just wondering whether the 0-coverage positions are really needed to be present or could be inferred by whatever tool/script/step happens next. ...
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Comment: C: Which truseq trimmomatic adapters file to use when removing truseq adapters?
... Maybe ask those detailed questions to one of the Trimmomatic devs (Tony Bolger is usually quite helpful -- you can find his details on the same webpage that also has the Trimmomatic documentation). If you do, please don't forget to share your newfound knowledge here. Also, slightly out of topic: I ...
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Comment: C: Python script to remove sequences from a fasta file
... Sorry, I didn't want to sound harsh. I agree with that sentiment, OP might not know about available tools, so of course suggesting seqtk makes sense! Concerning your remark about the use of a set. We don't expect duplicates, but using a list, as you suggest, requires linear search to check for eac ...
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Comment: C: Python script to remove sequences from a fasta file
... While I agree with "don't reinvent the wheel", I also appreciate when people try and solve such things by their own - how else are you supposed to learn? ...
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Comment: C: Python script to remove sequences from a fasta file
... In your remove file, do the sequence ids still have the fasta ">" prepended? ...
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Comment: C: filter_fasta.py not removing sequences from fastq based on read IDs
... Just a hunch, does your read_ids.txt contain the "@" at the start of the fastq identifiers? ...
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