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Comment: C: Mapping two genome annotation files
... will it work for Mycobacterium Smegmatis? ...
written 2 hours ago by Paul10
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Mapping two genome annotation files
... I have two reference sequences (A and B). For both A and B, I have done variant analysis and got the SNPs and Indels, respectively. Now to annotate A and B with respect to their gene location, I have two different **annotation files** (for A and B, individually), though both A and B are the referen ...
next-gen sequencing written 3 hours ago by Paul10 • updated 2 hours ago by Pierre Lindenbaum92k
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Comment: C: Mapping a chromosome position with Gene ID
... Thanks Santosh, It worked ...
written 4 days ago by Paul10
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how to convert Locus tag to old locus tag?
... I have a few new Locus tags as follows: RS09560 RS10020 RS10595 and I need to convert them into old Locus tag which are RS09560 NA RS10020 1984 RS10595 2097 NA are the ones with not available old locus tag. I couldn't find any database to do so. And the info ...
R locus-tag web-scraping locus-tags html written 5 days ago by Paul10
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Retrieving data from Kegg
... My aim is to find all the genes and their pathways associated with the organism (Mycobacterium smegmatis, msm) from a pathway database (such as Kegg), with their name and description. I could retrieve all the pathways and the gene IDs associated "msm" using the link **http://rest.kegg.jp/link/msm/ ...
pathway database genome genes kegg written 7 days ago by Paul10 • updated 7 days ago by EagleEye3.5k
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Comment: C: Mapping a chromosome position with Gene ID
... I just updated with an example ...
written 27 days ago by Paul10
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Comment: C: Mapping a chromosome position with Gene ID
... to use merge, I think we need to have common column in both the files. Here, POS ID in file1 is the number which lies between Start(499) and Stop(1692) in file 2. ...
written 27 days ago by Paul10
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Mapping a chromosome position with Gene ID
... I am trying to map chromosome positions with all the gene IDs available. The position file1 I have looks like this #CHROM POSID REF ALT NC_008596.1 41669 . CG C NC_008596.1 78925 . GC G NC_008596.1 101262 . GC G NC_008596.1 115332 . GC G NC_008596.1 224262 . A AC ...
R next-gen excel snp sequencing written 27 days ago by Paul10
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Clinical Trials data to Standard disease categories
... Hi All, I have collected Clinical trial information for all drugs with their respective diseases. Now I want to sort all the drugs based on the diseases categories for which I need my diseases name to be uniform. The diseases names in clinical trial data is not uniform as shown bellow as an example ...
bioinformatics clinical trials data written 10 months ago by Paul10 • updated 9 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 10
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(Closed) How to sort all the columns all together of a dataframe using R?
... I would like to sort in descending order all columns of data.frame. The dataframe looks like             mat           [,D1] [,D2] [,Dn]  [D1,]    5    1    6  [D2,]   10    3    1 ...
R written 19 months ago by Paul10 • updated 19 months ago by Wocka320

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