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Comment: C: Highly similar bacterial genomes
... Thank you, I will have a look and see if they suit me. ...
written 11 weeks ago by karthic100
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Highly similar bacterial genomes
... Hi, I am searching for some bacterial strains or isolates having very high genome similarity as a model to test a program. Since my knowledge in bacterial genomics is very limited, I would really appreciate if someone suggests the genomes, if possible a paper who have done similar kind of work. TI ...
genome bacterial genomes comparative study written 12 weeks ago by karthic100
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Comment: C: Creating interaction network using cytoscape
... Hi Piyush, you can study PPI using ClusterOne. First submit your proteins to Sting DB and fetch the interaction table. Then submit the interaction table to Cytoscape and run ClusterOne on that. Sample input is below.. node1 interaction node2 combined_score DappuP317081 combined_score Dap ...
written 6 months ago by karthic100
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Comment: C: What is Genome-sequencing?
... I believe the user has copied the text from a manuscript and pasted here and trying to figure out the term "Genome Sequencing" in that text mean!! ...
written 7 months ago by karthic100
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Comment: C: target gene selection for miRNA
... Sorry that answer was for miRanda output. For targetscan you can select the ones which have low total context++ scores. KK ...
written 7 months ago by karthic100
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Comment: C: num_threads with blastn in blast 2.6.0+
... Ofcourse several times. Here is the sample command.. > blastn -query query_sequence.fa -db /blastdb/nr -evalue 0.0001 -outfmt > "6 qseqid sseqid pident qlen length mismatch gapope evalue bitscore > qcovs" -out blast_output.txt -perc_identity 100.00 -num_threads 5 ...
written 7 months ago by karthic100
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Comment: C: target gene selection for miRNA
... Hi, You can filter the targetscan results by selecting the ones having energy threshold less than -20 Kcal/mol. Also check the percentage coverage of your query and you can filter based upon them too. KK ...
written 7 months ago by karthic100
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Comment: C: Creating interaction network using cytoscape
... Hi, You can add ClusterOne app to the Cytoscape and do the cluster analysis and plot the interaction map KK ...
written 7 months ago by karthic100
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Comment: C: num_threads with blastn in blast 2.6.0+
... It may not use all the threads allocated by you. However it uses multiple threads according to its requirement. KK ...
written 7 months ago by karthic100
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Answer: A: Coloring nodes by tip label attribute in figtree
... Hi, Why dont you try itol [https://itol.embl.de/], it is easy and you can choose whatever color you want, KK ...
written 8 months ago by karthic100

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