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How to measure the similarity of operons from two species?
... I would like to measure the similarity among set of operons from different species. Is there a well-known method for this? If you can suggest me some good articles addressing this problem, I will be thankful to you. ...
similarity bacteria operon written 6 weeks ago by mrj20
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Comment: C: How to blastn a very short query sequence? Identifying telomeres in assembly
... Thanks for the suggestion. This sequence is a characteristic repeat. regex worked!!!!! ...
written 12 weeks ago by mrj20
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Comment: C: How to blastn a very short query sequence? Identifying telomeres in assembly
... I used grep and it worked like a charm. Thanks a lot ...
written 12 weeks ago by mrj20
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Comment: C: How to blastn a very short query sequence? Identifying telomeres in assembly
... That's a good one. Yes, i noticed that there were tandem repeats. ...
written 12 weeks ago by mrj20
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Comment: C: How to blastn a very short query sequence? Identifying telomeres in assembly
... Thanks genomax. I need to try fuzznuc as you suggested. ...
written 12 weeks ago by mrj20
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Comment: C: How to detect different chromosomes from whole genome NGS reads of a fungi?
... Thank you Brice. Your answer is insightful. Thanks a lot for the paper.Indeed, I needed to hear "De novo assembly is challenging, and it is usually not a push-button analysis.". ...
written 12 weeks ago by mrj20
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How to blastn a very short query sequence? Identifying telomeres in assembly
... hello, I have a fungal genome assembled into 222 contigs (contig.fasta). I would like to detect characteristic telemeric repeats (TTAGGG/CCCTAA) in the contigs. My approach was to create an indexed databse using the fasta file containing 222 contigs and performing blastn using a very short quesry s ...
telomere blastn blast shortquery written 12 weeks ago by mrj20 • updated 12 weeks ago by mb31410
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How to detect different chromosomes from whole genome NGS reads of a fungi?
... Hello, I have Paired-end NGS reads from a fungi. Inspecting 16S RNA points that the genome may be Aspergillus japonicus or related to it. 1. My question is how can I assemble sequence reads so that I would nearly end up with assemblies approximating to different chromosomes? 2. I was able to us ...
genome assembly ngs alignment scaffolds written 12 weeks ago by mrj20 • updated 12 weeks ago by Brice Sarver3.5k
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What are Metatranscriptomics databases?
... Hello, what are some metatranscriptomics databases from which I can download the processed or raw sequences? ...
metatranscriptomics metagenomics databases written 5 months ago by mrj20 • updated 5 months ago by andres.firrincieli580
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Comment: C: How to get a list of snp associated with any known cancer from NCBI with chromos
... Thank you very much. This is what I wanted ...
written 6 months ago by mrj20

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