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Comment: A: Unknown gene names in Clariom D human Gene chip annotation files?
... Thanks Genomax. Much appreciated. ...
written 29 days ago by mgab40
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Comment: A: Unknown gene names in Clariom D human Gene chip annotation files?
... Thanks Genomax. Can one use such gene names in differentially expressed gene analysis? ...
written 29 days ago by mgab40
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Unknown gene names in Clariom D human Gene chip annotation files?
... Dear All, I am using Clariom D gene chip (Human). I have performed Differential gene expression (DEG) using the Clariom D Human microarray and used the annotation file (transcript) from the link below https://www.thermofisher.com/sa/en/home/life-science/microarray-analysis/microarray-data-analysis/ ...
clariom d written 29 days ago by mgab40
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How to calculate the binding affinity of a docked complex?
... According to the below link: https://www.schrodinger.com/kb/573 One can compute the binding affinity of a docked complex using PRIME MMGBSA and macromodel embrace. My questions are: 1. There are two modes in which the Embrace calculation, that is, Energy difference mode and Interaction energy mo ...
embrace macromodel binding affinity mmgbsa written 17 months ago by mgab40
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Answer: A: SDF data from pubchem database by entering SID or CID of molecule
... I have tried using SID but it is not working, that is pcp.download('SDF', '134310260.sdf', 134310260, 'sid') ...
written 2.1 years ago by mgab40
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How to compare the differentially expressed genes between two species?
... For instance, I would like to compare pathway and functional enrichment studies from differentially expressed genes in humans and drosophila. Drosophila and Humans have different gene names. Thanks. ...
microarray written 2.1 years ago by mgab40
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How to check if a peptide binds to a protein based on QSAR
... To determine whether a peptide binds to protein, for example, you need to model the AMP then see if it docks to gp41. Is there another simpler bioinformatics way to check if they bind together? If you use the QSAR method to compute physicochemical properties for both AMP and gp41, what criteria can ...
sequence written 2.3 years ago by mgab40 • updated 2.1 years ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: C: How To Get Ensembl Id (Gene, Transcript, Protein) Information?
... Thank you for Emily for the suggestion ...
written 3.0 years ago by mgab40
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Comment: C: How To Get Ensembl Id (Gene, Transcript, Protein) Information?
... Thank you for donk for the suggestion ...
written 3.0 years ago by mgab40
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How To Get Ensembl Id (Gene, Transcript, Protein) Information?
... I have few VCF Files which contains Chromosome number, position, Variation allele (Ref and Alt). How can I generate the Gene name, its Refseq and listing all of its transcripts? 1. Any tool which gives these kind of results when upload VCF data? 2. Is there any module in Biopython or Bioconductor ...
exome R python transcripts ensembl written 3.0 years ago by mgab40 • updated 3.0 years ago by Emily_Ensembl17k

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