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Job: PhD Studentship - Investigating Regulation of Transcription and Translation in Prostate Cancer
... [PhD Studentship with 3 year's UK/EU fees at the University of St Andrews for which Bioconductor experience is advantageous.] Further details here/here Approximately one in eight men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer (PCa) in his life, while a substantially higher proportion of men would show ...
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Job: PhD opportunity in St Andrews (Proteomic and Genomic analysis of Oesophageal Cancers)
... Analysis methods for the proteogenomics of oesophageal cancer. Poster: 04 SEPTEMBER 2017 [Closing date 1st October] We invite enquiries from qualified and highly motivated applicants for a 3 year PhD studentship comprising of tuition fees (Home/EU) and stipend. Background Oesophageal cancer is a ...
proteomics job cancer genomics written 8 months ago by Andy Lynch100
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Job: Job: Lecturer/Senior Lecturer/Reader in Statistics (including Computational Biology) at The University of St Andrews
... We are looking for outstanding statisticians to expand our research base in Statistics at the University of St Andrews. Applications are invited from candidates at Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Reader levels. Salary:   Grade 7 - £39,324 - £48,327 per annum   Grade 8 - £49,772 - £55,998 per annum ...
jobs job written 10 months ago by Andy Lynch100
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Answer: A: Get the same gene for multiple Probe ID
... It is correct that you should get multiple probes for some genes, and Lluis is correct that in general some are meant to target specific single transcripts, some a subset of transcripts, and some probes intend to target all transcripts of a gene. In the case of AKT3, it looks as though there are alt ...
written 18 months ago by Andy Lynch100
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Answer: A: Error while running SomaticSignatures
... I think that  seqlevelsStyle(vr_new)<-"NCBI"  should allow you to use your first choice of reference genome. Best wishes, Andy ...
written 22 months ago by Andy Lynch100
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Comment: C: Error while running SomaticSignatures
... What does seqlevelsStyle(vr_new) report? Presumably something different to seqlevelsStyle(BSgenome.Hsapiens.1000genomes.hs37d5) ? ...
written 22 months ago by Andy Lynch100
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Answer: A: Annotation for Mouse Illumina Expression Chip V6.1.1
... Hi Smt8n, Those look to me to be ArrayAddressIDs that are in illuminaMousev1p1.db. An (inelegant) approach to extracting them would be: library("illuminaMousev1p1.db") library(DBI) fullanno<-illuminaMousev1p1fullReannotation() fullanno[fullanno$ArrayAddress %in% c(10243, 10280, 10575, 2004 ...
written 22 months ago by Andy Lynch100
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readVCFAsVRanges in VariantAnnotation broken by an FTZ format?
... I've noticed that the inclusion of a "##FORMAT=<ID=FTZ,Nu..." line in a vcf file seems to break the readVCFAsVRanges() function (although not the readVCF() function). CaVEMan, for example, includes such a line in its vcf files. Replacing all instances of FTZ with, e.g., FUZ in the vcf file avoids ...
variantannotation vcf readvcfasvranges written 22 months ago by Andy Lynch100 • updated 22 months ago by Michael Lawrence10.0k
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Job: Two Post-doctoral positions at the CRUK Cambridge Institute
... Applications are invited for two postdoctoral research associate positions to work with Professor Simon Tavaré FRS and other members of the Statistics and Computational Biology Laboratory at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute in close collaboration with colleagues on two International Cancer ...
cancer job methylation rna-seq written 24 months ago by Andy Lynch100
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Job: Research Associate - Cambridge UK - SOUND project - methods for liquid biopsies
... See http://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/7372/ for full details SOUND is an international research project funded by the European Commission (EC) within its Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme "Personalizing Health and Care". Its objective is to create the bioinformatic tools for statistically ...
job computational biology liquid biopsy written 2.9 years ago by Andy Lynch100

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