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Comment: C: Extracting Fasta sequences
... The first line contains the fasta head, the second one contains 'no. of genes found' and 3rd line contains the no. name of the gene,location and size. and 4th and 5th line contains the sequences. ''>LNOG01000023.1 Elizabethkingia anophelis strain 0422 contig_7, whole genome shotgun sequence 3 g ...
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Comment: C: Extracting Fasta sequences
... I already have seqkit,regexp installed . can u inbox your mail id . I'll mail you the files ...
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Comment: C: Extracting Fasta sequences
... It is not working. ...
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Comment: C: Extracting Fasta sequences
... I tried using grep command. ''grep -w tRNA-Phe file.txt '' it gave me the output - 1 tRNA-Phe c[5099,5172] 34 (gaa) 1 tRNA-Phe c[10265,10338] 34 (gaa) but not the sequences and fasta head. ...
written 5 months ago by namgyalwangstuklama0
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Extracting Fasta sequences
... Hello, I want to extract all the sequences which has 'tRNA-phe' present in it (along with the fasta head). And, I also want to extract the tRNA-phe sequences from multiple files, along with fasta head. for eg, following fasta sequence contain tRNA-Phe, I want all the fasta head along with sequences ...
linux commands genomics written 5 months ago by namgyalwangstuklama0
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Detecting ICE regions in Bacterial Genome
... Hello , I'm trying to find out the ICE regions present in my genome, which should also show me the gene cassettes present in the ICE region. I tried Iceberg but couldn't understand the output . Is there any other way to find it, or can anyone help me with the ICEberg output? can anyone help ? ...
genome gene prediction sequence ice written 5 months ago by namgyalwangstuklama0
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Answer: A: Best tool for Circular genome visualization and labelling the selected genes.
... Thank you for replies , Is there any quick guide for both of them? ...
written 7 months ago by namgyalwangstuklama0
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Attachment sites in Bacteria.
... Hello people, Is there any software to detect the attachment sites in bacterial genome? I'm trying to find out the integrated and conjugative region in my genome, so I need to know the position of the attachment sites . can anyone help me please. ...
genome sequence alignment blast written 7 months ago by namgyalwangstuklama0 • updated 6 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Best tool for Circular genome visualization and labelling the selected genes.
... Hello people, Which is the best tool for viewing the genome in a circular form? I tried working with dnaplotter, but it is not so good when it comes to labelling a particular gene in genome. can anyone please suggest some good tools ? ...
genome circular view visualisation written 7 months ago by namgyalwangstuklama0
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Comment: C: Regarding Whole Genome Visualization
... Actually, my genome contains multiple contigs and they are in random fashion. first sequence is contig no. 1, and second one is contig no.10, and the third one is contig no. 3. and so on... So, now if I have to blast it with the Anti microbial resistance genes database,just to avoid multiple hits ...
written 7 months ago by namgyalwangstuklama0

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