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Comment: C: What has happened to PatScan?
... @b.nota: It is most probably time for you to stop wasting other people's time by writing irrelevant nonsense and instead use a bit of your thinking abilities. Are you too ignorant to realize that those two versions, i.e. the online and offline installable one, serve entirely different purposes/envir ...
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Is PatScan RNA pattern searcher no longer available as an online webtool?
... The PatScan pattern searcher is no longer available online.. Have they completely stopped maintaining the software as an online tool? It used to be available through this address: http://www-unix.mcs.anl.gov/compbio/PatScan/HTML/scanner.html But all is found at the moment is an installable Unix do ...
patscan rna rna pattern written 4 days ago by '150 • updated 4 days ago by Istvan Albert ♦♦ 71k
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How to search for a ribozyme present on two RNA molecules at the same time? (enzyme strand on one RNA molecule and the substrate on another)
... Is it possible to search for a particular ribozyme (consisting of a 'substrate' and 'enzyme' strand) present on two different RNA molecules? That is to say, search for a case where the substrate strand is present on one RNA molecule and the enzyme strand is present on a different RNA molecule. I am ...
rnabob patscan rnamotif rna ribozyme written 12 weeks ago by '150
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Answer: A: Comparing contigs results from two different assembler
... I ended up using progressiveMauve, MUMmer (specifically MUMmerplots), QUAST, and clc_sequence_info (from CLC Genomics Workbench) altogether and I could come to some conclusions based on the results of all these methods. ...
written 7 months ago by '150
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How relevant, valuable, and important is Information Visualization nowadays in Bioinformatics?
... I find Information Visualization extremely interesting, and it was through a PhD-level course I took during my Master's studies that I came to realize how many terrible plots any scientific journal/article contains on a regular basis. I can clearly see that there is a potential for a vast number of ...
information visualization infovis job written 7 months ago by '150 • updated 7 months ago by Carlo Yague2.9k
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Non-Bioinformatics Jobs with a Bioinformatics Degree
... What are some non-Bioinformatics jobs one can easily get/apply for with a degree in Bioinformatics? I have heard from some people that jobs that require statisticians and data analysts (even in the economic market) usually do not have problems with taking in Bioinformaticians. How true is this? And ...
job written 8 months ago by '150 • updated 8 months ago by genomax29k
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Comment: C: Solving ODE Using Derivative with Respect to Time in R -- Drug Response Modellin
... Each equation is for a different cell. Therefore, m[1], m[2], m[3], and m[4] all have different steady states. ...
written 12 months ago by '150
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Answer: A: How to model transcriptional networks from gene expression time-course data
... I was finally successful to do this using both of the following approaches, I found the first one to be easier to work with: 1. Äijö T., Lähdesmäki H. (2009) Learning gene regulatory networks from gene expression measurements using non-parametric molecular kinetics. Bioinformatics, 25, 293 ...
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Comment: C: Perturbed vs. Unperturbed Models
... Thanks. So as I can see, it is not really a biological notion that has a generalized meaning everywhere! ...
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Perturbed vs. Unperturbed Models
... What is the difference between perturbed and unperturbed tumor growth models? I am trying to understand this paper: http://cancerres.aacrjournals.org/cgi/pmidlookup?view=long&pmid=14871843 ...
model written 12 months ago by '150

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