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Answer: A: How to make blast+ 2.2.26 works in a Mac?
... Do you specifically need this version? If so, you can find the link to download it [here][1]. It seems there is a version for Mac. But you can also download the latest version 2.10.0 [here][2]. What you need to do is to unzip it and then use a terminal to use the tools in the "bin" folder inside t ...
written 3 months ago by lumal2980
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Comment: C: Residues in contact with ligands in PDB files
... Thank you very much! I heard about Ligplot before, but it's not what I was looking for, as I have to find the residues programaticaly for a several hundreds of pdb files. I would have a question though: If I understand correctly, the residues with a green dash line are supposed to be in contact with ...
written 4 months ago by lumal2980
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Comment: C: Residues in contact with ligands in PDB files
... Thank you very much! I don't know Julia very much, just learned the basics, but I will take a look at it, BioJulia looks pretty interesting! I have few questions though: - I guess in the if statement, you select the chain A and the residue 360 which in fact is FMN ligand, but how do you know it's ...
written 4 months ago by lumal2980
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Residues in contact with ligands in PDB files
... Hi everyone, I am trying to found out what residues are in contact with a ligand (the binding site) in a PDB file. To give you an example, I need to find the residues in contact with FMN ligand in the PDB entry 1AL7. First of all, can we find this type of information in a PDB file? Or do we need a ...
pdb binding site protein ligand residues written 4 months ago by lumal2980 • updated 4 months ago by Mensur Dlakic5.8k
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Comment: C: Is there a "default" RefSeq transcript for genes?
... Thank you very much, very interesting project! ...
written 13 months ago by lumal2980
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Is there a "default" RefSeq transcript for genes?
... I'm working on cancer genes and I have a question about the RefSeq transcripts. As you may know, a gene can have several transcripts due to alternate splicing. I have seen on [the Pecan Saint-Jude](https://pecan.stjude.cloud/) website that for genes with several transcripts, they have a representat ...
ncbi mrna refseq transcript written 13 months ago by lumal2980 • updated 8 months ago by vkkodali2.0k

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