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How to use R programming for MSA and phylogenetics analysis?
... Hi I am new to bioinformatics, if possible help me with this; I am interested in generating a phylogenetic tree for some biological pathway proteins. For this I've extracted homologs proteins sequences for Arabidopsis proteins (30 AGIS) from below organisms and now data are in FASTA format in text ...
fasta R phylogenetic tree protein alignment written 10 days ago by BIOAWY0 • updated 10 days ago by Jean-Karim Heriche14k
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Comment: C: How can I generate Heat Map with dendograms, and PCA analysis in "R Programming"
... Thank you very much Kevin for your very kind reply. I appreciate you taking your time to answer. I will try this. ...
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How can I generate Heat Map with dendograms, and PCA analysis in "R Programming" for this type of data?
... I have scale and normalized data in excel. A column = genes, B - S columns = Tissue types. 1. How can I perform PCA for my data; >To cluster similar Tissue types, >To cluster similar Gene groups 2. -How can I generate heat map for this data; I used d3heatmap R package, but I do not know ...
R heat map pca written 3 months ago by BIOAWY0 • updated 3 months ago by Kevin Blighe13k
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Is there any significant difference between endogenous/ native promoter and constitutive promoter (35S) on protein abundance?
... If a same gene is clone either endogenous promoter or constitutive promoter (35S), Do we get a significantly different protein abundance? ...
genome gene expression promoter written 6 months ago by BIOAWY0 • updated 6 months ago by Jean-Karim Heriche14k
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When using eFP Browser what is the cut-off (numeric) value for the low expression level for absolute and relative values?
... When I am checking out the expression values on eFP Browser during different developmental stages, in different tissues, under different growth conditions, etc. how do I decide certain expression level is low or high. What numeric value should I use to distinguish between low and high expression le ...
gene expression arabidopsis thaliana rna-seq written 6 months ago by BIOAWY0 • updated 5 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20

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