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Comment: C: Correct Way To Parse A Fasta File In Python
... Awesome approach, helped me a lot. ...
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Comment: C: How to iterate using regex over output of SeqIO -> using output of seq_record.s
... Thanks! Yeah, I'll format it . ...
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Comment: C: How to iterate using regex over output of SeqIO -> using output of seq_record.s
... I found a working solution! : import re from Bio import SeqIO compiler = re.compile('QQ+') def reader(x): for seq_record in SeqIO.parse(x, "fasta"): gene_name = (seq_record.id) print gene_name ...
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Comment: C: How to iterate using regex over output of SeqIO -> using output of seq_record.s
... Hey, thanks for answering! The while loop is just there for the idea, I aim to obtain a document that will display for every gene : -gene name -gene size ( size of the sequence displayed in the original FASTA) - PolyQ's bulks ->How many Bulks found in the gene, position ( in referen ...
written 4.0 years ago by zebudavid10 • updated 4.0 years ago by WouterDeCoster44k
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How to iterate using regex over output of SeqIO -> using output of seq_record.seq as string to Regex over
... Hi, I am new to Biopython and I've been trying to explore the capabilities of the SeqIO function to iterate over a FASTA file, more specifically on a Regex( regular expressions) task. What I need to do is find PolyQ aglomerations in Human proteome. Here is what I have right now (using latest NCBI p ...
seqio biopython regex written 4.0 years ago by zebudavid10

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