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Comment: C: Getting the targets from a dat file
... Finswimmer, would you know how to get specifics "DE", based on a file.txt containing a list of "ID"? ...
written 7 weeks ago by ailtonpcf0
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Comment: C: Getting the targets from a dat file
... Thank you finswimmer for the help. ...
written 7 weeks ago by ailtonpcf0
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Getting the targets from a dat file
... I used miranda and RNAhybrid to find miRNAs in a miRNA-seq. My database was the 3'UTR from Homo sapiens hosted in the UTRDB. In the end I have a csv file with the ID of thousands of targets. So, how I can get the genes targets from a dat file usind the csv file as input? Summarizing, I want to provi ...
utrdb dat python perl R written 9 weeks ago by ailtonpcf0 • updated 9 weeks ago by finswimmer8.1k
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Comment: C: Difference when inverting query and subject in Blastn
... Thank you Lucila, it helped ! ...
written 4 months ago by ailtonpcf0
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Difference when inverting query and subject in Blastn
... I have a given output Blasting short sequences (microRNAs) as query and a microRNA-seq as subject. When I set up short sequences (microRNAs) as subject and a microRNA-seq as query, in other words, inverting the inputs, I have different results. Can anyone help me understand what happens? I am not su ...
query subject blastn short sequences written 4 months ago by ailtonpcf0 • updated 3 months ago by lieven.sterck3.3k

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