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(Closed) Can I clone .NET Bio on GitHub?
... .NET Bio (formerly Microsoft Biology Foundation) seems to be dead - the last release is a year ago, the last issue activity is from May 2015 and most of the recent issues have apparently been ignored. Still, it has some useful code that I would like to use in my projects. Much of it is incomplete, ...
c# .net written 5.6 years ago by Superbest120 • updated 5.6 years ago by h.mon32k
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Comment: C: What are the "Coding", "Maximal" and "Two templates" options for megablast?
... So "coding" is good for actual ORFs, "maximal" is good for everything else, and "Two templates" just does both? ...
written 6.6 years ago by Superbest120
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What are the "Coding", "Maximal" and "Two templates" options for megablast?
... "discontiguous megablast" on the NCBI website, as well as other implementations, appears to have a "Discontiguous Word Options" parameter set. These include a template length and template type; the latter can be: Coding Maximal Two templates What do these options do? ...
blast written 6.7 years ago by Superbest120 • updated 6.7 years ago by Asaf8.5k
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Is There An Online Pcr Calculator Which Composes Tailor-Made Pcr Reaction Recipes?
... I'm thinking of a website which is an online tool that you can use to calculate effective reactions for your PCR. It would have different modes, optimizing the reaction for different purposes: Cloning Detection/forensics/diagnostics Size verification Very long template GC rich template And so on ...
pcr written 7.0 years ago by Superbest120 • updated 7.0 years ago by Istvan Albert ♦♦ 86k
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Comment: C: How To Programmatically Retrieve A Batch Of Fasta Sequences From For A List Of U
... This code, taken from the "Mapping database identifiers" section, maps identifiers from one database to another. I want to download the fasta sequences corresponding to the identifiers. ...
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Comment: C: How To Programmatically Retrieve A Batch Of Fasta Sequences From For A List Of U
... As I posted in the original question, I already have a Perl script to accomplish this task. I am trying to understand how to do it in other languages, such as C#. ...
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Comment: C: How To Programmatically Retrieve A Batch Of Fasta Sequences From For A List Of U
... I wish to do it programmatically, not manually. ...
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How To Programmatically Retrieve A Batch Of Fasta Sequences From For A List Of Uniprot Accession Ids?
... I have a list of UniProtKB Protein Accessions. I want to fetch the peptide sequence corresponding to each accession in fasta format. Preferably, all the fasta sequences should be combined into a single file. I would like to do this programmatically, with C#. UniProt's FAQ explains how to do it. Ho ...
perl webservice uniprot written 7.1 years ago by Superbest120 • updated 3.6 years ago by Natasha40
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Answer: A: Gene/Protein Name Etymology
... I also tend to wonder about gene names, but in my experience, finding out the reason is often not that helpful, unless you enjoy useless trivia (no offense meant - personally I like trivia and it sometimes helps me remember non-trivial facts). The patterns that are consistent enough to be worth pay ...
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Comment: C: What Does "Computer Readable Knowledge" Mean ?
... I think XML is also based around the idea of making a computer friendly data format agnostic to the kind of data. Probably another valuable distinction is Chomsky's "context free grammar" - it seems that the point where parsing text goes from "fairly doable with a bit of work" to "ridiculously compl ...
written 7.1 years ago by Superbest120

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