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  • from CGH arrays to genome map

    Dear everybody
    it's still me...with a strange question! I'm analyzing data from leukemia cell lines, presenting different translocations. I saw publicly available the CGH arrays from these cell lines and I'm very interested to build a genome map (as that of HSCS browser, etc) from these data. As biologist, I would consider interesting visualizing the chip-seq data in fashion related to the chromosomal alterations (deletions, translocations, etc.), but further more even to compare the transcriptomic data with this. Anybody knows if someone already did this? Do you think that could be possible or just too much complicated to do?
    Hoping to not have done too much stupid question,
    my best regards,
    Fabio

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    Hey fabio. Check out www.annoj.org . Awesome browser, the author is very responsive.

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    • #3
      hi Eco, thank you a lot for the annoj advice. I'm contacting the AnnoJ persone to ask the same question and I'll see what he tells me. According to you, is it possible to get a new genome, in which then you can map the Chip-seq tags?

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      • #4
        fabio can you update us here as well..

        It looks like a nice tool to be able to visualize various data, next gen data?
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        bioinfosm

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