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subcellular localization human / Mouse / Rat
... Hi all, I try to annotate subcellular localization for all human, rat, mouse proteins. My goal is to add clear and simple information to manage (use a very limited vocabulary -example: secreted, transmembrane, cytosol, mitochondria, nucleus). I think I already performed a good annotation focused on ...
protein localization written 4 weeks ago by bzhtgb10 • updated 28 days ago by Arnaud Ceol740
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Proteins databank for proteomics MS proteins identification in RAT
... Hi all, My question is relative to the identification of proteins by mass spectrometry. As you now, the last step of identification is to match identified peptides to a bank of proteins. For human, a standard bank to use is swissprot, refseq, ... Swissprot part of uniprot is the way to identify ...
proteomics rat sequence bank written 12 weeks ago by bzhtgb10 • updated 10 weeks ago by Lars Juhl Jensen10k
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Which type of cancer over-expressed my genes
... Hi all, Only a quick and very naive question. I'm working on a very reduce set of targets. The goal is to capture very quickly several heterogeneous information about these targets and explore first diseases for which these targets could be useful. I already use DISGENET to identify quickly diseas ...
expression oncology target written 4 months ago by bzhtgb10
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Comment: C: 1000 genomes, meaning of the color of pie charts for population genetic
... Yes! thank you! I was thinking about some more complicated things ! I 'm feeling a little bit ridiculous ! .... ...
written 6 months ago by bzhtgb10
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1000 genomes, meaning of the color of pie charts for population genetic
... Dear all, perhaps a stupid question but... I try to look at snp distribution in population using 1000genomes ensembl browser. When I look at pie charts concerning the MAF in population (all, african, american, ...), for some snp, the color of the chart is red and blue but in another case these colo ...
1000genomes snp population genetics written 6 months ago by bzhtgb10 • updated 5 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 10
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Comment: C: Mutation frequency in cancer for a particular gene
... Thanks Igor, Unfortunately, I have already check my mutations of interest in COSMIC and there is to few data to allow comparison! (in the case of my sets of mutations...but for others amino acid position in my gene, there is a lot of data ..) That's life! But now I am convinced that COSMICS is th ...
written 9 months ago by bzhtgb10
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Mutation frequency in cancer for a particular gene
... Hi all, There are several dataset in cancer field to compare frequency of mutated genes in patient tumor (TCGA, ...). With these data, we are able to say, ok, geneA is more mutated than gene B, ... But for a specific gene, is it possible to find frequencies of mutations in a specific position. ...
gene frequency mutation cancer written 9 months ago by bzhtgb10
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Comment: C: Verify protein sequence
... Thanks Michael, Very useful information. I agree with you. I will perform an alignment with closest species (drosophila) only to have an idea of difference in sequence length, mutation, ...That will give me some arguments to suggest a PCR. best ...
written 11 months ago by bzhtgb10
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Comment: C: Verify protein sequence
... Thanks Michael, but I can only use in-silico method at this time. ...
written 11 months ago by bzhtgb10
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Comment: C: protein sequence for a particular mouse strain
... a specific protein only ...
written 11 months ago by bzhtgb10

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