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Comment: C: How to find positions in the alignments at which the target sequence is not iden
... But like how could I make it look nicer, cuz right now it gives me number by number, but like how could I reported like it starts from lets say 1 to 200? ...
written 4 weeks ago by iCosmoso0
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Comment: C: How to find positions in the alignments at which the target sequence is not iden
... Oh yea I forgot to mention, I want to ignore non-consensus positions and the gaps in either sequences. ...
written 4 weeks ago by iCosmoso0
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Comment: C: How to find positions in the alignments at which the target sequence is not iden
... I just want the positions or basically the index, yes. I want to print out/or report the positions (thall be the index numbers) where the target protein sequence is not identical to the consensus sequence for every alignment. ...
written 4 weeks ago by iCosmoso0
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How to find positions in the alignments at which the target sequence is not identical to the consensus.
... I have the MSA consensus sequence at 60 % threshold, but I need to know the positions in the alignments at which the target sequence is not identical to the consensus. Is there an easier way to do that? I have tried using this for two of my sequences (s1 and s2): [i for i,(a1,a2) in enumerat ...
python biopython written 4 weeks ago by iCosmoso0
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Get duplicate GO ids
... Hello! I have this code that I wrote and if works the way I want to. from Bio import SeqIO import collections as C import requests as R import itertools proteins2 = list(SeqIO.parse("2-proteins-tryout.gb","gb")) #print(proteins2) for protein in proteins2: ...
biopython genbank parsing written 5 weeks ago by iCosmoso0

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