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How to make this two figures to discuss evolutionary conservation?
... please see this two figure. maybe drawing these two figures could require R script. Are there any references or papers talking about how to make these two figures?![enter image description here][1] ![enter image description here][2] [1]: https://i.imgur.com/nR3e2Xg.png [2]: https://i.imgur. ...
evolutionary conservation protein domain evolution written 4 months ago by vincent.bioscience0 • updated 4 months ago by h.mon16k
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What is positives when I blast two sequences?
... When I blast two sequences, there are identities, positives, and gaps these parameters. I don't know the meaning of positives. could you tell me? ...
ncbi bioinformatics blast identity written 4 months ago by vincent.bioscience0 • updated 4 months ago by Kritika250
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microarray data handling
... Are there any other methods to correct variation after background variation, normalization and dye effect correction in data handling of a microarray. I have 2 slides. each of slides contains 2 channels scanned by Cy5 and Cy3 fluorescence excitation. I have handled data by background effect correcti ...
R microarray data handling microarray tutorial written 7 months ago by vincent.bioscience0 • updated 7 months ago by genomax52k
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(Closed) Why develop conditional KO mouse including both tissue-specific and inducible mouse?
... A tissue-specific Knockout mouse defines a conditional biological model in which a target gene can be specifically inactivated in specific tissue(s); in all other tissues, the target gene exhibits a functional expression. An inducible Knockout mouse defines a conditional biological model in which t ...
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(Closed) which types of gene knockout mouse can be used for the study of human diseases?
... Is there any papers or ideas or links you can mention to me? ----------------------------------------------- ...
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(Closed) what insights can knockout mouse model give human diseases to specifically speacking?
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Is there any disease mainly caused by underexpression or overexpression of some proteins?
... Is there any disease mainly caused by underexpression or overexpression of some proteins? ...
overexpression epigenetics written 9 months ago by vincent.bioscience0 • updated 9 months ago by John12k
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(Closed) what therapeutical proteins can only eukaryotic cells express rather than expression in prokaryotic system?
... what therapeutical proteins can only eukaryotic cells express rather than expression in prokaryotic system? In other words, what therapeutical proteins are eukaryotic cells more suitable to express rather than expression in prokaryotic system, considering many factors( including cost, time, culture ...
cell culture written 9 months ago by vincent.bioscience0
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(Closed) what implications do these results lead to in terms of industrial and laboratory cell culture?
... 1. Physiology is altered especially in 'immortalised' cell lines. 2. Cells pick up many mutations 3. Growth in nutrient rich media, often alters response to growth factors. 4. Environment cannot fully recapitulate in vivo conditions (pressure, oxygen tension &c) PLEASE TELL ME THE IMPLICATIONS ...
cell culture written 9 months ago by vincent.bioscience0
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(Closed) is there any book about the construction of vectors???
... Is there any authentic book, paper or reference which talks about the construction of vectors(plasmids) and elements in genomes and various vector? I am planning to construct some plasmids form my next experiments ...
genome gene sequence blast written 14 months ago by vincent.bioscience0

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