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Is It Possible To Use And Cite Ncbi Geo Datasets That Don'T Have A Already-Published Citation?
... Hello, This question may seem rather straightforward, but I wanted to use several datasets from NCBI GEO Datasets and I have realized that many of them have been deposited (and updated) in previous years, but an attached citation with these datasets is still lacking. As such: 1- Can I use this da ...
ncbi geo written 6.0 years ago by Deena250 • updated 6.0 years ago by Ian5.5k
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In-Silico Phosphorylation Of A Protein Residue
... Dear Biostar members, I have an existing PDB structure for which I would like to generate a new, reliable, model/structure by phosphorylating the residues in-silico. Could you kindly give me advice on how one would proceed to do this? I would appreciate any advice on particular protein modelling ...
modeling protein written 6.2 years ago by Deena250 • updated 19 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Answer: A: Determining Replicates For Deseq?
... I have also posted this in Seqanswers and received an answer, being followed-up on: http://seqanswers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28558 Hopefully it may be useful to others. ...
written 6.6 years ago by Deena250
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Determining Replicates For Deseq?
... Hello, I am relatively new to RNA-Seq data analysis so I apologize in advance if this is a novice question. I have been reading several forums on the subject and I think I have the general idea, but I would be happy to get advice from the experts. I have RNA-Seq data for multiple samples of a speci ...
replicates gene expression deseq rna-seq written 6.6 years ago by Deena250
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How Do You Pick A Pdb Nmr Conformation For Multivariate Analysis?
... Hello, I was wondering regarding performing multivariate analysis on structures of proteins (ex: based on C-alpha coordinates) using a multivariate approach such as principal component analysis (PCA). For protein models which are derived from solution NMR, and for which multiple conformers are ...
pdb pca protein structure written 8.5 years ago by Deena250 • updated 8.5 years ago by Tiago0
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Rationale For Pca Analysis
... Hello, I would appreciate comments/advice on when to use Principal Component Analysis and what PCA data represents. My understanding of the algorithm is that a set of correlated variables are represented as uncorrelated variables, from which one can derive an understanding of variation in the dat ...
feature pca written 8.6 years ago by Deena250 • updated 8.6 years ago by Deena Gendoo0

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