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Comment: C: Hypergeometric test - Defining the gene universe
... I would recommend you to consider the total genes that are detected atleast in one of your sample (microarray/RNA-seq). ...
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Comment: C: representing pathways at different time points
... This looks very interesting and beautiful way of presentation. ...
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Comment: C: representing pathways at different time points
... yes you are right. ...
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Answer: A: representing pathways at different time points
... Check out [Fig. 2d][1] from this [article][2] or to include the gene numbers along with it check my previous [post][3]. [1]: http://media.springernature.com/full/springer-static/image/art%3A10.1186%2Fs13148-016-0274-6/MediaObjects/13148_2016_274_Fig2_HTML.gif [2]: https://clinicalepigeneti ...
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Answer: A: number of genes in human genome
... There are also categories other than protein coding genes (majority: non-coding RNAs) in the genome. [Here is the summary from recent version of human genome][1]. [1]: https://www.gencodegenes.org/stats/current.html ...
written 6 days ago by EagleEye4.7k
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Answer: A: enrichment analysis tools
... GeneSCF will output all GeneOntology terms even if it matches with one of your genes from the list. In that way you will have information on each individual gene and the process in which the gene is involved. ...
written 7 days ago by EagleEye4.7k
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Comment: C: Prediction of RNA binding regions in protein
... Finally I got a reply. Thanks a lot for your kind reply. I will look into the list. ...
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Prediction of RNA binding regions in protein
... Hello everyone, I have a set of proteins (amino acid sequence, structure not know and no homologue secondary structure) where I need to look for binding sites for particular RNA/noncoding (nucleotide sequence). **Things done**: I got potential RNA binding regions in protein using [RNABindRPlus][1 ...
modeling protein simulation docking written 8 days ago by EagleEye4.7k
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Comment: C: Gene Set Clustering based on Functional annotation (GeneSCF)
... Hi, Whenever you use '`nohup`', you should use ';' or '&' in the end. So that nohup will know it should exit or go to next command after it finishes the current program. Example, nohup YOUR_PROGRAM ; Or nohup YOUR_PROGRAM & In your case second one will work. I will better ...
written 22 days ago by EagleEye4.7k
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Answer: C: code for text file parsing
... How is the second line from above example separated ( space or TAB ) ? If TAB delimited, you can extract the lines containing TAB delimited entries. grep -P "\t" YOUR_FILE.txt > DESIRED_OUTPUT.txt If the single column entries in the above example also has TAB in the end, grep -P "\t ...
written 23 days ago by EagleEye4.7k

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