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Question about ExomeDepth's output
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BarbaraZ • 0
Italy

Hello Everybody,

I'm going crazy about ExomeDepth's output, I'm trying to understand what start.p and end.p means

Thanks a lot

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Could it be protein start and end perhaps?

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2.7 years ago
Kizuna • 780
France, Paris

Suppose you have one CNV containg 4 reads of 120 bp each, see below:

start.p end.p type nexons start end chromosome id
745 748 deletion 4 33195196 33195367 chr7 7:33195196-33195367

start p. determines the number of the first line where the above CNV starts

end. p determines the number of the line where the above CNV ends.

These lines can be found in your bed.frame.

745: 7 | 33195195 | 33195314 |

7:33195195-33195314

---|---|---|---
7 | 33195196 | 33195315 | 7:33195196-33195315
7 | 33195247 | 33195366 | 7:33195247-33195366
748: 7 | 33195248 | 33195367 |

7:33195248-33195367

Hope it helps

KIZ

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Thank you very much for your help

2014-07-02 17:58 GMT+02:00 Kizuna on Biostar notifications@biostars.org:

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