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This workflow is created as part of a tutorial listed on GTN. The workflow shows the steps in human copy number variance detection using the Contrl_FREEC tool.
Creators: khaled Jumah, Katarzyna Kamieniecka, Wolfgang Maier, Krzysztof Poterlowicz, poterlowicz-lab
Submitter: Khaled Jum'ah
This workflow correspond to the Genome-wide alternative splicing analysis training. It allows to analyze isoform switching by making use of IsoformSwitchAnalyzeR.
To discover causal mutations of inherited diseases it’s common practice to do a trio analysis. In a trio analysis DNA is sequenced of both the patient and parents. Using this method, it’s possible to identify multiple inheritance patterns. Some examples of these patterns are autosomal recessive, autosomal dominant, and de-novo variants, which are represented in the figure below. To elaborate, the most left tree shows an autosomal dominant inhertitance pattern where the offspring inherits a faulty ...