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Comment: C: KEGG rPair mapping to molfile
... What dependencies need to be imported when using the python line? ...
written 3.1 years ago by ktsuttlemyre40
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Comment: C: KEGG rPair mapping to molfile
... Thanks for the reply! It has been a while since I asked this question. I am finishing up another project right now and will return to this one soon. Once I can confirm your answer is correct I will select it. Until then have an upvote! Thanks! ...
written 3.5 years ago by ktsuttlemyre40
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KEGG rPair mapping to molfile
... I am attempting to trace carbons though a metabolic pathway.  There are inconsistencies between atom numbering in the rPair reactions and molfile formats in the KEGG database Ex: http://www.genome.jp/dbget-bin/www_bget?RP00079 Shows the reaction between Oxaloacetate (C00036) and (S)-Malate (C00149 ...
molfile kegg atom mapping rpair written 3.6 years ago by ktsuttlemyre40 • updated 3.5 years ago by wdiwdi380
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How to generate .sra files from Fastq
... I have been downloading a lot of NCBI short read archive files (.sra files) and I know how to convert them to bam, sam, fastq, etc but is there a way to generate my own .sra files? The tools in the SRA toolkit do not seem to convert to .sra   ​Relevant Information: SRA toolkit http://eutils.ncbi. ...
ncbi sra fastq sequence file format written 3.9 years ago by ktsuttlemyre40 • updated 3.9 years ago by Devon Ryan78k
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Are variable lengths are a problem for TopHat2?
... I have some fastq files that contain a sequence length distribution that are not uniform. Most sequences are trimmed at 75bp with ~3/8ths at 74bp ~1/4th at 73bp and trailing off all the way to the 34bp length. This closely resembles an exponential curve. Anyway, I am curious if the varying lengths w ...
tophat2 fastq alignment miseq written 3.9 years ago by ktsuttlemyre40

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