User: Audrey

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Comment: C: Download multiple protein sequences from IMG IDs
... Thank you for your answer. The solution you mentioned is still valid but doesn't solve my main issue here. How can I add to the cart thousand of genes using their IMG IDs? Or is there any other way such as fastq-dump for the NCBI database? ...
written 2 days ago by Audrey20
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Download multiple protein sequences from IMG IDs
... Hi all, I tried to look online before asking here but couldn't find any reliable solutions. I have thousands of IMG gene IDs in a simple .txt file. I would like to download the **protein** sequences associated. Is there an automatic way to do that? Thank you for your help! ...
img ids genes download written 2 days ago by Audrey20
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Contig extension using PRICE
... Hi all, I have paired-end reads for a genome and a specific contig of interest. I would like to prolong my contig as much as possible using PRICE. I tried the following command line: ./PriceTI -fp L_raff_FAM23217_raw_reads_1.fq L_raff_FAM23217_raw_reads_2.fq 150 -icf contig.fasta 1 1 5 -o con ...
price paired-ends contig extension written 6 days ago by Audrey20
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Comment: C: How to determine plasmid or chromosomal origin?
... Thank you for your help Joe. I also tried what you suggested and studied the gene content within my contig of interest. Despite the genes of interest (that could have both origin), no other genes are located on this contig. I'm kind of stuck now with this problem.. Anyway, thanks again! ...
written 9 days ago by Audrey20
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How to determine plasmid or chromosomal origin?
... Hi all, I have paired-end reads of a lactococcal strain and its assembly. I want to determine the origin of a specific contig of interest to known if its from a plasmid or a chromosomal origin. I tried mapping the reads using bbmap, extension of contigs to study the termini, etc. but so far I h ...
origin plasmid chromosome written 9 days ago by Audrey20
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Comment: C: How to extend contigs from single-end reads?
... Thank you so much shelkmike! ...
written 9 days ago by Audrey20
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Comment: C: How to extend contigs from single-end reads?
... Thank you for your suggestion genomax! ...
written 12 days ago by Audrey20
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How to extend contigs from single-end reads?
... Hi all, I have raw sequencing datas of metagenomes and all of them are single-end reads. I would want to prolong/extend contigs. I thought of PRICE (Ruby, JG., *et al*, 2013) but it only works with paired-end reads ... Do you have any recommendation on what software could I use? Thank you for yo ...
contigs contig extension single-end reads written 12 days ago by Audrey20 • updated 12 days ago by shelkmike270
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Comment: C: How to rename file titles that contain underscores?
... Thank you cpad0112 for your help! Both commands work great. Even if I understand better the `rename` command than the `parallel` one. That's so useful, thanks again! ...
written 5 weeks ago by Audrey20
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Comment: C: How to rename file titles that contain underscores?
... Thank you so much RamRS for your help! I run the following script and it worked great: #!/bin/bash for file in * ; do mv ${file} $(echo $file | sed 's/.fasta.*/.fasta/'); done Thank you again, have a nice day. ...
written 5 weeks ago by Audrey20

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