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Comment: A: Reading frames in python
... That makes sense thank you very much. ...
written 29 days ago by Ionic_Bond0
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Reading frames in python
... Hello everyone, I have to write a function that takes a sequence of nucleotides and outputs a dictionary with the translation in all possible reading frames. The keys of the dic should be x1, x2, x3 for the forward frames and y1,y2,y3 for the reverse reading frames and the value of each key the tran ...
python translation written 29 days ago by Ionic_Bond0
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Comment: C: Read DNA sequence from FASTA rising a subclass?
... That makes sense and helped me a lot thank you very much :) ...
written 4 weeks ago by Ionic_Bond0
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Comment: C: Read DNA sequence from FASTA rising a subclass?
... That was very helpful thank you so much. ...
written 4 weeks ago by Ionic_Bond0
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Comment: C: Read DNA sequence from FASTA rising a subclass?
... Thank so much for your help. I will look at it carefully once I get back home after work :) ...
written 4 weeks ago by Ionic_Bond0
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Read DNA sequence from FASTA rising a subclass?
... Hello everyone, I am supposed to write a function that takes a name of a file (FASTA) as an argument. When passed the name of the file, the function should read the file, discard the header and return the sequence as a string. Now, I am being asked to rise a predefined (subclass?) (defined before m ...
fasta python bioinformatics written 4 weeks ago by Ionic_Bond0 • updated 4 weeks ago by genomax92k
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Comment: C: Estimate number of particular genes in my assembly
... Thank you very much for your help. "I'm sure if your work is asking for just an estimate, there might also be a question regarding the strengths and limitations of such a method of estimating genes." That's absolutely the case :) ...
written 7 weeks ago by Ionic_Bond0
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Comment: C: Estimate number of particular genes in my assembly
... Thank you very much for your reply. I didn't do gene predictions yet. Would you suggest using something like MAKER for gene prediction and then use BLAST to find regions of similarity with the reference genome? My task is basically to perform a de novo assembly for the fire ant Solenopsis Invicta as ...
written 7 weeks ago by Ionic_Bond0
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Estimate number of particular genes in my assembly
... Hello everyone. I am new here so forgive me if I am not doing things in a most correct way. After successfully performing genome assembly ( I hope) from a particular species, I need to provide an estimation of how many cytochromes genes are present in my assembly. I really struggling to come up with ...
gene assembly genome written 7 weeks ago by Ionic_Bond0 • updated 7 weeks ago by NH10

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