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Comment: C: Creating a karyotype plot with genes using karyoploteR
... I've been trying to follow your tutorial, but I still have trouble with some particular cases when trying to display my own data. One example is overlapping gene names at the end of the chromosome. Would be great if you can advice smth. I use karyoploteR v1.4.2. ![enter image description here][1] ...
written 8 days ago by aln170
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Answer: A: Extracting chromosomal locations by ENTREZID
... I've also found that if one needs only chromosome and band it is possible to extract this info from the NCBI [Homo_sapiens.gene_info.gz][1] file, which has tab separated format. [1]: ftp://ftp.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/gene/DATA/GENE_INFO/Mammalia/Homo_sapiens.gene_info.gz ...
written 9 days ago by aln170
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Comment: C: Extracting chromosomal locations by ENTREZID
... Thanks a lot! Very convenient. ...
written 10 days ago by aln170
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Comment: C: Extracting chromosomal locations by ENTREZID
... Thx, at least it sounds much more automatic than googling manually:) But why this info is not in the org.db package, while identifiers for the genes in question are totally present? Because it has not been updated yet? ...
written 10 days ago by aln170
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Extracting chromosomal locations by ENTREZID
... I feel like I'm missing smth very trivial, but how to automatically extract the most complete information on genes chromosomal locations using ENTREZID (preferably in R). I specifically have problems with uncharacterized loci (but sometimes with some genes also). When I use some typical approaches i ...
gene R written 10 days ago by aln170
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Comment: C: Paired and Multivariate sleuth
... I also had the same problem. So, as Tim said re-leveling the factor when using Wald test seems to be the quickest option. ...
written 7 weeks ago by aln170
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Answer: A: Is Kallisto Sleuth pipeline suitable for all organisms?
... I'm analyzing some sheep data now, so I was also wondering if Kallisto-Sleuth has a significant disadvantage in this case. I plan to try several other pipelines and check if the results are extremely different. ...
written 3 months ago by aln170
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Answer: A: #scRNABIO & organoids meeting
... ![enter image description here][1] More news from **#scRNABIO**. New speaker - **Mirela Alistar**. New talk - **Personal biochips**. New workshop - **Hands-on DIY microfluidics**. Mirela is an Assist. Professor at the University of Colorado Boulder, USA. Until 2018, she was a postdoc at Prof. Baud ...
written 3 months ago by aln170
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Answer: A: #scRNABIO & organoids meeting
... Dear friends, we are happy to announce that more speakers joined us. We will have two additional talks from the partners: - **Kseniia Khazhylenko**, Head of the Recurrent pregnancy loss Treatment Center, ISIDA Clinic, Ukraine. *Endometrial receptivity from the clinical point of view* - ** ...
written 3 months ago by aln170
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News: #scRNABIO & organoids meeting
... **single-cell RNABIO & organoids** ([#scRNABIO][1]) is the first event in Kyiv aimed to bring these technologies to Ukraine by inviting excellent speakers who develop technologies, use them to make discoveries, and transfer cutting-edge knowledge from bench to clinics. The meeting will consist ...
organoids news single cell sequencing microfluidics written 4 months ago by aln170

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