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Old 10-03-2009, 06:18 AM   #1
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Default reference mapping

I tried to analyze data from sequence capture project. I have several questions:
1. I used as a reference hg18 and for snp snp128. But I saw there is also snp129 and snp130. What should I use?

2. I noticed that when I use snp and refgene files, the HCDIffs themselves are not the same as when not using the snp and refgene files. Does it make any sense? which HCfidds are the real ones?

3.Is it possible to generate an output wich shows graphically which regions were covered and how?

4. how I can see if there was a big duplication of a region?

Thank you alot!
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