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Comment: C: how to locate genes coding on the reference genome
... Thank you gmap is more convenient in this case. now I have the positions of my sequences on the reference sequence. I just posted a question to see how I could graphically represent these positions on the chromosomes. Do you have an idea? ...
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(Closed) how to graphically represent positions on chromosomes
... Hi biostar, I located CDS sequences of my 6 samples on the reference genome by gmap. Now I have all the positions on the chromosome of my reference sequence. Now I want to graph the gmap results I found. Do you have an idea so that I can see my positions graphically. Thank you in advance ...
software R sequence written 2 days ago by kamel0
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Comment: C: How to extract only sequences that contain a specific percentage of Cysteines (
... Thanks for the help @finswimmer this is very useful ...
written 2 days ago by kamel0
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Comment: C: How to extract only sequences that contain a specific percentage of Cysteines (
... Thanks for the help ...
written 2 days ago by kamel0
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Comment: C: How to extract only sequences that contain a specific percentage of Cysteines (
... Thanks for the help @JC ...
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Comment: C: How to extract only sequences that contain a specific percentage of Cysteines (
... I can quantify the number of C (cystein) by grep but in each sequence (ID). I have several protein sequences in a single multifasta file, I am looking for an idea to quantify the number of C in each sequence at a time, for extract the sequences which contains 5% cysteine. ...
written 8 days ago by kamel0
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How to extract only sequences that contain a specific percentage of Cysteines (C)
... Hello Biostar I have a multifasta file that contains protein sequences (of different sizes), I want to extract only those sequences that contain at least 5% of cysteines (C). Can you give me a little script so that I can extract these sequences Thank you in advance ...
sequence proteins written 8 days ago by kamel0 • updated 7 days ago by cpad011211k
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Comment: C: how to locate genes coding on the reference genome
... I will use it and I will come back to you. Thank you ...
written 11 days ago by kamel0
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Comment: C: how to locate genes coding on the reference genome
... Yes, I want to locate my sequences of these 6 samples (3 multifasta per sample) on the reference genome at once. ...
written 11 days ago by kamel0
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how to locate genes coding on the reference genome
... Hello Biostar, I work on 6 genomes of the same species (Funji) and for each sample, I have three multifasta files containing coding genes (CDS) involved in pathogenicity. Could you offer me a tool that would allow me to locate these genes on the chromosomes of the reference genome. My goal is to l ...
software alignment sequence localization genome written 11 days ago by kamel0 • updated 11 days ago by Nicolas Rosewick7.3k

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