User: l.souza

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How to divide FASTA file?
... Hello! I have a FASTA file with about 1600 sequences. But, I'm gonna use a tool that requires the FASTA files possess up to 200 sequences. Is there a way to automate the division of this file using Linux or Windows? Thanks in advance. ...
fasta sequences written 3 months ago by l.souza60 • updated 3 months ago by genomax46k
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Comment: C: RSMD in homology modelling protein
... The TM-score is 0.64319. So, according to the reference value, the protein is in about the same fold, right? Visually, they seem to be well imposed, with isolated places not so good (most of them are presented as coil). ...
written 6 months ago by l.souza60
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RSMD in homology modelling protein
... Hello everyone, I am modeling a protein through homology approach. My protein has a large disordered structure (~46% of coil). After the refinement, the RSMD between the template and the final model was 3.68Å. Is it too high? Thanks in advance! ...
protien rsmd homology written 6 months ago by l.souza60 • updated 6 months ago by jrj.healey3.9k
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Comment: C: Why to delete gaps in alignments to phylogeny?
... Thank you, Jean-Karim! Would you say that trimAl is trustworthy? ...
written 8 months ago by l.souza60
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Why to delete gaps in alignments to phylogeny?
... Hello, everybody! I've been reading the chapter 3 of *The Phylogenetic Handbook: A Practical Approach to Phylogenetic Analysis and Hypothesis Testing* by Des Higgins and Philippe Lemey, that talks about multiple sequence alignment to phylogenetic approaches. And the authors suggest deleting gap r ...
phylogeny gaps sequences written 8 months ago by l.souza60 • updated 8 months ago by Jean-Karim Heriche15k
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Comment: C: What is a good tool to make saturation analyses?
... I'm talking about mutation saturation ...
written 8 months ago by l.souza60
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Comment: C: Alingment of ~23 Mb sequences
... I'm gonna try these. They're linear. ...
written 8 months ago by l.souza60
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Comment: C: Alingment of ~23 Mb sequences
... Three whole genome sequences, each one from different species. I've tried to align them all at once. ...
written 8 months ago by l.souza60
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Comment: C: Alingment of ~23 Mb sequences
... I've tried in my personal computer, in a particular server and in CIPRES. Does MUMmer work only for pairwise alignment? ...
written 8 months ago by l.souza60
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Comment: C: Alingment of ~23 Mb sequences
... I edited the post. Now, I think this is enough to understand the problem! ...
written 8 months ago by l.souza60

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