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Comment: C: Why are some codons containing uncertainties wrongly translated in BioPython?
... Yes you are completely right. I was thinking in a "computer code" manner instead of a "genetic code" manner. So, indeed, whatever the "N", the amino acid still will be the same! It still feels wrong to me that it just automatically translated whether the uncertainty is here or not. But in the end, i ...
written 13 months ago by Palming10
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Why are some codons containing uncertainties wrongly translated in BioPython?
... I recently noticed that some of my DNA sequences were wrongly translated in BioPython, and more precisely, it affects some codons containing uncertainties but not all of them. To reproduce my problem, you can use the following code: from Bio.Seq import Seq wrong_translations = [] ...
sequence python translation biopython written 13 months ago by Palming10
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Answer: A: I need an explanation about Rosetta de novo structure prediction and fragments p
... If anyone is ever interested, I finally got the answer to my question : Contrary to what h.mon suggested, you are not supposed to make a homology (or threading) model of your protein, then generate fragments from this model, and then use these fragments to make an *ab initio* model in Rosetta. You ...
written 13 months ago by Palming10
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Comment: C: I need an explanation about Rosetta de novo structure prediction and fragments p
... Thank you for your answer. What doesn't make sense to me is generating fragments from a model. If I make fragments from a homology model, then the ab initio model will highly depend on the quality of the original model, won't it ? In that case, why even bother making an ab initio model ? Can it be b ...
written 18 months ago by Palming10
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I need an explanation about Rosetta de novo structure prediction and fragments picking
... Hello everyone, I am currently trying to work with Rosetta. I have a peptide sequence and I would like to predict its structure using de novo structure prediction. I have Rosetta installed and I need to do this with Rosetta (so please, do not suggest any webservice such as Robetta). I tried followi ...
rosetta structure prediction fragments written 18 months ago by Palming10 • updated 6 months ago by shahram.mesdaghi0

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