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    Anyone out there know much about interpreting electropherograms?

    I got some in order to investigate discrepancies among labs. I'm seeing two things prominently:

    #1. Lots of grey columns - which seem to be spaced at intervals which are consistent with the standard repeat lengths. I think these are the 'allelic ladders'.

    #2. Some pink columns, which do not span the entire width of the basecall region. Where they do appear, seem to alternate with the grey 'ladders'.


    Does anyone know what those pink columns represent?

    Thanks, and God bless.

    Jack

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    Grey columns = allelic ladder bins
    Pink columns = microvariant allele bins

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    • #3
      pink & gray/grey

      That's good that you found out what it represents because I had no idea at all.
      Off topic, I know of someone who once said his fave colors are pink and gray: Nick Rhodes of Duran Duran.
      That's what this made me think of.

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