User: bpz

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Proteome-genome cross reference
... Hello there I wonder if anyone can help me. I need to check the gene sequence of all proteins from a bacteria's proteome,I need to compare the first few codons. Are there any tools out there that can help me with this? Thanks in advance. ...
genome proteome written 7 months ago by bpz50
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Comment: C: Logos building from pwm (help)
... Hi Yes, that is exactly what I want. I will check seqlogo. Can you recommend a tutorial for it? ...
written 12 months ago by bpz50
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Comment: C: Logos building from pwm (help)
... I have 48 motifs to prepare. I think I can convert them by hand. ...
written 12 months ago by bpz50
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Comment: A: Logos building from pwm (help)
... Mmm, I only have the pwm as I showed it. Does anyone knows how can I convert it into transfac format? or how can I get a logos from the data I have? Thanks in advance. ...
written 12 months ago by bpz50
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Comment: A: Logos building from pwm (help)
... Does anyone knows how the transfac format looks like? Thanks ...
written 12 months ago by bpz50
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Logos building from pwm (help)
... Hello everyone Maybe this is very simple, but I can't find a way to do it. I need to build a logos from a position weight matrix (pwm), I am trying to use WEBLOGO, the manual says it accepts MSAs and PWMs, but I can only find the way to upload alignments. I just have a pwm: Frequencies: A, C, G, T ...
pwm logos dna written 12 months ago by bpz50
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Comment: C: Tree rooting method
... That is why I need to find a method to get a root with evolutionary significance. (the midpoint root method probably won't work, for the reason you stated). I don't know if only the outgroup method provides a significant root. ...
written 14 months ago by bpz50
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Comment: C: Tree rooting method
... A root gives a tree "polarity", it is indispensable if you need to calculate a molecular clock. ...
written 14 months ago by bpz50
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Answer: A: Tree rooting method
... Anyone?, Is there an alternative method? ...
written 14 months ago by bpz50
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Tree rooting method
... Hello I have a phylogenetic tree composed of +1000 protein sequences, and I need to assign a root. Finding an outgroup is extremely difficult. I was wondering if anyone knows a way to assign a root without an outgroup (besides the midpoint rooting method). Thanks for the help, cheers. ...
phylogeny outgroup rooting written 14 months ago by bpz50

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