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Comment: C: Extracting the Country from a >200 sequences Genbank file
... Hi, As tpaisie I also want to extract specific information ("collection_date" for my case) from a genbank file. I tried to slightly modify your code in order to get the "collection_date", but it seems to not working. Any idea? Here is my code below : from Bio import Entrez # Read the ...
written 14 days ago by gabrieldupre280
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linking external data to phylogeny (tree file, genetic distances to one event)?
... Hi, I have a data file containing taxa labels (in one column), followed by a numeric value for each taxon (separated by one tabulation, in another column). This file is an external data set that brings one type of information for each taxon of my phylogenetic analysis. I also have constructed a phy ...
phylogeny R itol iq-tree written 12 weeks ago by gabrieldupre280
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Answer: A: Finding a way to automatically screen RNA sequences for possible editing sites
... Hi ATpoint, Thank you for your response. I am using MEME, and after some readings, I am starting to become pretty used to it. Thank you again, Gabriel ...
written 4 months ago by gabrieldupre280
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a program for basic SNP analysis, input file : alignment
... Hi everyone, Is there some program that can compute and graph basic statistics for SNP analysis with an alignment (input file in Fasta format, aligned-nucleotide sequences): total variability of the dataset and per nucleotide position, nucleotide composition per position (frequencies of each nucleo ...
genome alignment sequence snp written 4 months ago by gabrieldupre280 • updated 9 weeks ago by RamRS28k
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Finding a way to automatically screen RNA sequences for possible editing sites
... Hi! As a Ph.D. student, I'm working on a very interesting project about the genetic evolution of viral RNA sequences. In this work, I'm looking for possible editing-sites or nucleotide motifs that are favorable to viral polymerase slippage, leading to viral genome evolution. These particular motifs ...
viruses sequence rna-editing motifs written 6 months ago by gabrieldupre280 • updated 11 days ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20

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