User: Panagiotis Alexiou

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Posts by Panagiotis Alexiou

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Answer: A: How To Retrieve A Protein Sequence Given An Ensembl Gene Id Using Perl
... I believe you could use the Ensembl API that is provided by Ensembl and can be found at their site. It allows perl programs to access their database. If your question is more specific it would be nice to know. ...
written 8.6 years ago by Panagiotis Alexiou200 • updated 8.6 years ago by Neilfws48k
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Answer: A: Print Different Id From Sequence Comparison Of Two Fasta Files
... Try putting sequences in one file as keys in a `%hash` and then checking the second file with a: if (!exists $hash{$sequence}) or something like that? ...
written 8.6 years ago by Panagiotis Alexiou200 • updated 5 weeks ago by RamRS24k
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Answer: A: What Is A Good Threshold For Log2 Fold Change?
... In this type of questions and when rigor is not expected, I usually use thresholds over 1 and under -1 of the log2fc. This means genes that doubled or halved. ...
written 8.6 years ago by Panagiotis Alexiou200
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Comment: C: Transcription Factor Binding Site Prediction
... This seems interesting, I'm not so good in python but maybe I could use it. ...
written 8.6 years ago by Panagiotis Alexiou200
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Transcription Factor Binding Site Prediction
... Using TF matrices to predict TF binding sites (TFBS) in regions of interest. This is my plan: a. Download TF matrices I have seen TRANSFAC and JASPAR mentioned in relation to TF matrices. I have found some text files in the JASPAR database that seem like what I need and I will probably use these. ...
binding prediction transcription written 8.6 years ago by Panagiotis Alexiou200 • updated 19 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Comment: C: Biostar - Merging Of Accounts
... both the accounts have the same username! the one I'm posting under... This is also interesting, that a "new" user can be created with a pre-existing username and then both exist. ...
written 8.6 years ago by Panagiotis Alexiou200
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Comment: C: Biostar - Merging Of Accounts
... I posted there too... thanks for the hint. ...
written 8.6 years ago by Panagiotis Alexiou200
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Comment: C: Biostar - Merging Of Accounts
... I got a message when I logged in to my account to "register" it, and this created a new account! hardly the response I would expect from the site. It should at least prompt "Create new registered account". Hope this helps, I would imagine it was a common problem... ...
written 8.6 years ago by Panagiotis Alexiou200
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(Closed) Biostar - Merging Of Accounts
... I am quite sure that the main BioStar page is not the page to ask this, but I cannot find a place to ask (except in a forum suggested by the faq where I have to register (again)), so I will ask here, feel free to edit/delete the question or move to appropriate place if such exists. My problem is th ...
biostar written 8.6 years ago by Panagiotis Alexiou200 • updated 8.6 years ago by Giovanni M Dall'Olio26k
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Comment: C: Ucsc Snp Genomic Positions (Duplicates And Wrong Positions)
... This seems to solve the question of the missing SNP. Do you (or anyone) have any idea why the genomic intervals are different in the Tables and in the Genome Search? ...
written 8.6 years ago by Panagiotis Alexiou200

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