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How to generate proteomics reaction norms via generalised linear models?
... Hi everyone, I would like to recreate reaction norms of protein abundance data similar to this study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4540970/ Essentially, a GLM with negative-binomial distribution was applied to gene expression data (count data). They treated the treatment (temperatu ...
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RepeatScout - Could not allocate space for sequence
... When trying to compile a repeat library using **RepeatScout** via: build_lmer_table -sequence data/genome.fa -freq masking/genome.freq I get the following ERROR message: "Could not allocate space for sequence" Any suggestions on how to solve this issue? Thanks :) FYI: I am using UBUNTU ...
gene-prediction build_lmer_table repeatscout written 12 months ago by niklasjoshua.ebner0 • updated 12 months ago by genomax69k
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Comment: C: How to generate gene-predictions from a published genome?
... This is the genome I am talking about: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genome/17773 ...
written 12 months ago by niklasjoshua.ebner0
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How to generate gene-predictions from a published genome?
... Hi Biostars people, Some information: I am in the middle of a proteomics experiment. I got my .raw LC-MS/MS files, my software set-up and everything is ready to go. The genome of the organism I am experimenting with is not yet sequenced, but the genome of a closely-related species is. My idea is ...
genome gene prediction proteomics written 12 months ago by niklasjoshua.ebner0

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