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Molecular biologists: let’s reconnect with nature

Charles Darwin’s voyage on HMS Beagle led to a treasure trove of observations: the behaviour of cuttlefish, a parasitic ichneumon wasp feasting inside live caterpillars, fossils of extinct giant sloths and ‘mastodons’. The result, of course, was his theory of natural selection. Darwin needed the complex natural world to inspire…

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KEGG T01005: 453503

Entry 453503            CDS       T01005                                  Symbol SNX1 Name (RefSeq) sorting nexin-1 isoform X3   KO K17917   sorting nexin-1/2 Organism ptr  Pan troglodytes (chimpanzee) Pathway ptr04144   Endocytosis Brite KEGG Orthology (KO) [BR:ptr00001] 09140 Cellular Processes  09141 Transport and catabolism   04144 Endocytosis    453503 (SNX1) 09180 Brite Hierarchies  09182 Protein families: genetic information processing   04131 Membrane trafficking [BR:ptr04131]    453503 (SNX1)  09183 Protein families: signaling and cellular processes   04990…

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Best software for hQTL analysis with the aim of performing MR analysis

I would like to perform QTL analysis on a list of BAM files that I have containing the locations of histone mark reads. Ultimately my aim is to perform Mendellian randomisation, with these hQTLs as the exposure, against a different phenotype as the outcome. The outcome effects are expressed as…

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QTL analysis for RNAseq using WASP

QTL analysis for RNAseq using WASP 0 Hello I was advised to do a QTL analysis of our RNAseq data using WASP. I’m been reading about this tool and wondering: Would it be possible to do this type of analysis if my RNAseq are all from tumor samples (papilloma and…

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