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Comment: C: How to prevent blastp from aligning small parts of query sequence and scoring th
... how can I extract only the results where the alignment lengths is equal or close to the query / subject length? ...
written 7 weeks ago by hodayabeer0
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Comment: C: How to prevent blastp from aligning small parts of query sequence and scoring th
... how can I extract only the results where the alignment lengths is equal or close to the query / subject length? ...
written 7 weeks ago by hodayabeer0
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Comment: C: How to prevent blastp from aligning small parts of query sequence and scoring th
... but I want to get only full alignments of the query sequence ...
written 7 weeks ago by hodayabeer0
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How to prevent blastp from aligning small parts of query sequence and scoring that high?
... Hi, I was blasting proteome of yeast against a large database of Archaea. Something is wrong with the results because I got too large P Identity for too much proteins. I assume that the problem is that blast scores small parts of the query sequence once it found an alignment to that, and therefore ...
alignment sequence blast written 7 weeks ago by hodayabeer0
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Comment: C: Scientific Names In Blast Output And Databases
... Hi, I was facing the same problem and then I realized that the blast command must be in the same directory as the nr database and the 2 taxdb files (.bti , .btd). It solved the problem. Good luck! ...
written 10 weeks ago by hodayabeer0
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Comment: C: Species identification via gilist
... Hi Yi-Ting, can I ask how did you get this bacteria gi list from? I am trying to download it directly from the NCBI (by 'save to file' -> GI List etc...) but it failes due to timeout error.. Do you have an easy way to do that? tnx in advance ...
written 11 weeks ago by hodayabeer0

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