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Pan and core Genome prediction from OrthoMCL output
... Hai biostars I did Orthomcl clustering with 7 genome and i got more than 9000 clusters. How will i find Pan,core Genome and unique genes from OrthoMCL output. Is there any scripts or tool for this ? ...
core genome pangenome orthomcl mcl written 8 months ago by akhilvbioinfo100 • updated 8 months ago by jrj.healey2.5k
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Comment: C: SNP frequencies in Fasta Alignment
... Is there any programmes or tool to calculate this ...
written 8 months ago by akhilvbioinfo100
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Comment: C: SNP frequencies in Fasta Alignment
... i aligned 20 genes (fasta format) using MAFFT and i want to find gene variation respect to snp/snp frequencies ...
written 8 months ago by akhilvbioinfo100
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SNP frequencies in Fasta Alignment
... Hai everyone I have a set of fasta aligned file from this alignment file how i will get snps and its frequencies ...
fasta alignment snp written 8 months ago by akhilvbioinfo100 • updated 8 months ago by Fabio Marroni1.4k
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Comment: C: extract same all similar sequences in FASTA based on the header
... I changed headers using this comment ( Seq tool kit wont accept "/" characters) sed -i -e 's/\//\-/g'seqs.fna Now its working perfectly Thank you ...
written 10 months ago by akhilvbioinfo100
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Comment: C: extract same all similar sequences in FASTA based on the header
... its very simple sir but i got an error like this [ERRO] open seqs.fna.split/seqs.id_ketopantoate reductase PanE/ApbA family protein.fna: no such file or directory ...
written 10 months ago by akhilvbioinfo100
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Comment: C: extract same all similar sequences in FASTA based on the header
... awk -F "|" '/^>/ {F = $3".fasta"} {print > F}' input.fasta>out.fasta ...
written 10 months ago by akhilvbioinfo100
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Comment: C: extract same all similar sequences in FASTA based on the header
... Yah i tried with AWK but its not working properly ...
written 10 months ago by akhilvbioinfo100
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extract same all similar sequences in FASTA based on the header
... Hello I downloaded more than 10k cds from NCBI and Headers look like this >lcl|DS180867.1_cds_EDM56551.1_2 [protein=hemolysin] [protein_id=EDM56551.1] [location=complement(<1..1012)] >lcl|DS180866.1_cds_EDM56342.1_3 [protein=phosphogluconate dehydratase] [protein_id=EDM56342.1] [locati ...
fasta sequence alignment written 10 months ago by akhilvbioinfo100 • updated 10 months ago by shenwei3563.3k
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Comment: C: FASTA sequence sorting based on the header
... After changing header into single-line form the code is running perfectly thank you Alex ...
written 10 months ago by akhilvbioinfo100

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