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Database for Kinase and Phosphatase Kinetics?
... Is there any database that reports the kinetics for kinases and / or phosphatases? Ideally, but not necessarily, the data would be from mammalian kinases. ...
phosphatase database kinetics kinase written 4 months ago by unksci150
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Comment: C: Software for scientific data analysis (Spotfire, Tableau, Looker, etc.)
... Excel can be surprisingly powerful, if considering features, which would otherwise rarely be used by bioinformatics or computational people (and one could even have tabs dedicated to visualization, which are updated when data is added to other tab,...) ...
written 11 months ago by unksci150
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Comment: C: MuSic Tools !!!
... A further option to safely install linux would be to install is within a virtual machine; Besides allowing to use windows + linux more conveniently in parallel (e.g.: using software specific to either operating system), it also creates a safe environment to get familiar with linux https://www.virtu ...
written 12 months ago by unksci150
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Comment: C: Remove Illumina TruSeq Index adapters
... I have same question as OP; Thus: What would be the post on SEQanswers? ...
written 13 months ago by unksci150
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Comment: C: Spatio-temporal Transcriptome of LncRNAs in Human Brain
... Would the underlying data be publicly accessible (e.g.: some high level data on your institutions webpage, or public repository)? Your analysis on LncRNAs suggests that the underlying datasets, which should also have protein-coding genes, according to your methods description, could also be intere ...
written 14 months ago by unksci150
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Obtaining Entrez-linked Wikipedia content?
... Is there a way of downloading the current text or structured data for wikipedia articles for individual entrez IDs (e.g.: for all all human entrez)? (without going through full wikipedia) I noticed the Gene Wiki project, but I'm not sure if it is maintained as I repeatedly time out when following t ...
wikipedia entrez gene id written 14 months ago by unksci150
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Comment: C: Icons of popular model organisms?
... Thank you. This is exactly what I would need, and they provide a contact for inquiries (which I shall use for trying to get a license or usage agreement). ...
written 15 months ago by unksci150
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Icons of popular model organisms?
... Is there any resource of standardized and uniformly stylized (and potentially, but not necessarily, even free) icons of popular model organisms (including E. coli and other popular unicellular organisms)? I wish to use it for making a small tabular-like panel with ~10 organisms, next to the main f ...
visualization evolution clustering written 15 months ago by unksci150 • updated 15 months ago by h.mon19k
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Comment: C: Typical costs for RNA-Seq analysis
... Would the company also do the sequencing? We once got a similar analysis for free though the company initially listed around 50 usd (following sequencing) ...
written 16 months ago by unksci150
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Comment: C: Best way to processing huge fasta files using python.
... While "with" is not strictly required for SeqIO to parse, it's usage is motivated by python's error handling and the unlocking /closing of the fasta file in the preanticipation of a possible and vaguely defined "hanging of the computer" (OP) (as that hanging could also be because of OP's code that ...
written 16 months ago by unksci150

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