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Comment: C: What is the best public database for Homo-sapiens proteins ?
... Thanks. For Pfam and UniProt, if I want to choose one of them, which is better ? ...
written 11 days ago by ahmedmelmoselhy10
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What is the best public database for Homo-sapiens proteins ?
... I have list of UniProt entries that corresponds to human proteins and I want the list domains composing those proteins. I.e I want the list of domains that exists in the first protein, then the second one, and so on. I found that there are many public databases that provide data about proteins (e.g ...
database protein forum written 11 days ago by ahmedmelmoselhy10 • updated 6 days ago by Jean-Karim Heriche22k
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Comment: C: How to get a snapshot for the content of some file on Pfam ?
... Thanks, I will try it. ...
written 18 days ago by ahmedmelmoselhy10
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Comment: C: How to get a snapshot for the content of some file on Pfam ?
... Actually, I have a list of *Swiss-Prot AC* (e.g. Q9NRG9, P49588, etc.) and I want to get the protein domains that correspond to those proteins. If you searched with *Q9NRG9* in Pfam, you will find this [page][1], and below the page, there is a table that shows the domains in that protein (here, it ...
written 18 days ago by ahmedmelmoselhy10
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How to get a snapshot for the content of some file on Pfam ?
... I want to get data from Pfam website, but I am not sure which file on the FTP site fits my need, and as some files are so big, it is hard for me to download each one to check. I had a look over [this][1] link, but still feels I need to have a look over a sample of each file to decide which that need ...
pfam written 20 days ago by ahmedmelmoselhy10 • updated 20 days ago by MatthewP620
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Comment: C: What is the most important type of single nucleotide polymorphism relating to di
... Thanks for your great appreciated reply. Yes, I found that here, (https://pediaa.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Difference-Between-Nonsense-and-Missense-Mutation-Comparison-Summary.jpg). In that comparison, *Non-sense SNPs* produces a nonfunctional protein, but *Missense SNPs* also produces either n ...
written 5 weeks ago by ahmedmelmoselhy10
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What is the most important type of single nucleotide polymorphism relating to disease?
... I know that there are different types of SNPs (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Single-nucleotide_polymorphism#/media/File:Types_of_SNP_new1.png ) what is the most important type of single nucleotide polymorphism when we want to study its relation to diseases? Also, what are type of SNP to study when w ...
disease snp written 5 weeks ago by ahmedmelmoselhy10
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Comment: C: what is the relation between protein domains and diseases ?
... Thank you, I will do so. ...
written 9 months ago by ahmedmelmoselhy10
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(Closed) what is the relation between protein domains and diseases ?
... I am computer science student, and I want to work in bioinformatics. I am just at the beginning of learning some biology concepts. I am asking about the relation between protein domains and diseases, does it exists ? if so, what is the type of this relation ? In another word, can we say that a dom ...
protein domain disease written 9 months ago by ahmedmelmoselhy10
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Comment: C: How to get the pathway-protein relationship?
... I found some paper mentioning Reactome [https://www.reactome.org/], I tried it but I couldn't get it. ...
written 14 months ago by ahmedmelmoselhy10

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