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Answer: A: Finding Short Near Perfect Amino Acid Sequence Matches
... Take your most abundant proteins with high-quality hits from your MS run, and BLAST each one individually against your original protein using the two-protein BLAST at NCBI: http://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Blast.cgi?PAGE=Proteins&PROGRAM=blastp&BLAST_PROGRAMS=blastp&PAGE_TYPE=BlastSearch&a ...
written 5.8 years ago by julieN250
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Answer: A: An Up-To-Date, Parse-Able And Free Antibody Database
... Take a look at labome.com ...
written 6.9 years ago by julieN250
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Answer: A: What Is The Best Website For Predicting Potential Protease Sites?
... I don't know if they're better, but some alternatives are: http://merops.sanger.ac.uk/cgi-bin/show_substrate http://cutdb.burnham.org/ http://clipserve.clip.ubc.ca/topfind ...
written 7.1 years ago by julieN250
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Answer: A: Well-Annotated Functional Pathway
... my two cents: http://www.cellsignal.com/pathways/lymphocyte.jsp ...
written 7.3 years ago by julieN250
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Comment: C: Minimize Number Of Motifs Describing A Peptide Set
... Thank you @qdjm! This is what I was looking for, and would never have found otherwise. I'm still not sure of the name of the problem ("subset selection" maybe), but I've been able to pull out similar literature, and that's what I'm after. ...
written 7.4 years ago by julieN250
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Comment: C: Minimize Number Of Motifs Describing A Peptide Set
... Thanks @niallhaslam--this is a nicer implementation of what I have produced with my own scripts, and I will use it in the future. ...
written 7.4 years ago by julieN250
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Minimize Number Of Motifs Describing A Peptide Set
... I have a collection of peptide sequences that were pulled down by polyclonal antibodies generated against a (longish) specific antigen. They have been hand-curated to segregate the sequences into expected positives and expected negatives. As I have found to be typical for this type of experiment, it ...
motif written 7.4 years ago by julieN250 • updated 4.6 years ago by karlpersius.manlimos0
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Answer: A: Are There Any Databases Focused On Cell Or Tissue Attributes?
... A few examples from my bookmarks: Beta Cell Genomics (http://genomics.betacell.org/gbco/) GTEx (Genotype-Tissue Expression) eQTL Browser (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/gtex/GTEX2/gtex.cgi) The Human Protein Atlas (http://www.proteinatlas.org/) Gene Expression in Tooth (http://bite-it.helsinki.fi/) Ova ...
written 7.5 years ago by julieN250
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Answer: A: Does Mzml(Converted From Raw), Wiff, Mgf, Dta, And Pepxml Contains "Mono-Isotopi
... Not an expert, but . . . Because of the occurrence of carbon (and other isotopes) in nature, eg. C13, each of the peptides that are detected by a mass spectrometer may be present with a variety of isotope combinations. To take the silly case of a "peptide" composed of a single glycine (C2 H5 N O2), ...
written 7.6 years ago by julieN250
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Comment: C: Does The Urushiol (Poison Ivy) Mutation Predate Humanity?
... What is the evidence that only humans are affected by urushiol? ...
written 7.6 years ago by julieN250

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