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Highly variable elements?
... Which type of genomic elements in the UCSC browser can be used as an example of the highly labile = highly variable = low conservation regions? ...
genome gene written 16 hours ago by max.rempel20
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Answer: A: Question on patterns search in DNA sequences
... Ugene is a windows program and it does that (only in one strand, but still pretty useful). ...
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Answer: A: How to evaluate correlation for multiple measurements per point?
... Finally, I just used a simple correlation test and it seemed to work just fine. ...
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Comment: C: Question on patterns search in DNA sequences
... The pattern is using IUPAC codes - basically Y are pyrimidines and R are purines. ...
written 8 days ago by max.rempel20
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Comment: C: Question on patterns search in DNA sequences
... I am interested too. ...
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Comment: A: How to find motif enrichment with IUPAC DNA fragment?
... I am also looking for a tool like that! Have you found any answers? ...
written 8 days ago by max.rempel20
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Comment: C: How to evaluate correlation for multiple measurements per point?
... Thank you very much! ...
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Comment: C: How to evaluate correlation for multiple measurements per point?
... Thank you very much! Great help! I have similar feedback from a statistician, with similar sentiments. ...
written 8 days ago by max.rempel20
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How to evaluate correlation for multiple measurements per point?
... I've got a question about statistics. I have an experiment in which X - is a length of DNA fragment and for each X, there are 4 measurements of Y. Suppose, it is not obvious that there is an increase of Y with X. What is the proper statistic to verify that this increase is not a fluke? P.S. I have ...
statistics written 13 days ago by max.rempel20

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