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p-value calculation when comparing ratios of means (not means of ratios)
... Hello, I apologize in advance for the dumb question but I am no expert in statistics, my course only covered how to do student's t.test pretty much. I could not find information in different forums on a similar problem specifically. I am not sure what to do in the following situation. Suppose we mea ...
statistics written 2.7 years ago by wildtype40 • updated 2.6 years ago by ejm32440
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Comment: C: Best tool to find potential TF binding sites within a specific DNA sequence?
... I do I will clone the fragment and put it before a reporter to see what happens, but meanwhile i wanted to check if I could predict anything computationally. ...
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Comment: C: Best tool to find potential TF binding sites within a specific DNA sequence?
... Thanks for the insights. I didn't explain the exact biological question but just an analogous example for simplicity, but in reality it's a region within the first intron, not TSS. This region is well conserved within the 12 Drosophila genomes, and there's a peak of DNA accessibility in D. mel . The ...
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Comment: C: Best tool to find potential TF binding sites within a specific DNA sequence?
... Right, I understand that it might not be relevant especially with only one sequence, but if I have a set of sequences that are potentially co-regulated as you say, then what tool I could use to predict TF binding sites (Drosophila)? Or a tool that takes conservation into account? Thanks ...
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Best tool to find potential TF binding sites within a specific DNA sequence?
... Hi, I don't have much experience with motif searches, and I would like to hear your advice on the following task: I have a DNA sequence (~300 bp) which hypothetically contains a regulatory motif. For example, a 300 bp region upstream the TSS of a gene. There is no prior knowledge of what could be b ...
binding sequence motif tf written 3.7 years ago by wildtype40 • updated 3.6 years ago by Whoknows860

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