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Where can I get .interval_list file?

Hello,

I am using one of the 1000 Genomes exome data (*.bam format) which is called NA12892, aligned to the GRCh37 build. And I just started to use IndelRealigner tool which requires proper *.interval_list file to work.

However, I am unable to find/generate *.interval_list file compatible with my data. Where can I download/generate *.interval_list (or *.bed) file that are compatible with exome data?

Normally, these files are provided by producers for Library Prep. kits (e.g illumina). But, I couldn't find which interval file should be used in 1000 Genomes data.

Thank you.

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  • CanHCanH Member

    Thank you Geraldine. You are helping us even you in vacation. You are the best! :D

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