Bioinformatics connects life sciences and quantitative sciences, typically involving the application of software and algorithms to solve computationally intensive questions, such as those in genomics, sequence analysis, and systems biology. Questions tagged Bioinformatics should have a direct ...

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How to get conservation of vaccine candidates between hundreds of bacterial strains?

We have identified vaccine candidates via an ex-vivo RNA-seq approach. Next step would be to perform conservation of these candidates (about 20) between multiple bacterial strains (about 200). I would ...
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Deterministic model of lambda-phage lysis/lysogeny [MATLAB] [closed]

Project 1 Base: Can someone please help me understand what I need from Project 1 Base code to do questions 1 and 2 from the first image? I'm new to MATLAB so a thorough explanation would be ...
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To what extent is it possible to understand if a bacteria can produce a protein? (in silico only!)

I have to answer a question about a sub-task of my thesis: Can the bacteria X produce the protein Y? I searched of course Google and BLAST. There is no data supporting that this specific bacteria ...
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How do I share a protocol on Synbiota? [closed]

After I create a protocol on Synbiota, how can I share it with colleagues not in my project?
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Systems Biology of triacylglycerol (TAG) synthesis in Jatropha

I need the genetic regulatory network of TAG synthesis (Kennedy pathway) of Jatropha plant?? Or is there any way to convert metabolic pathway into genetic regulatory network?
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Are grammars for all DNA or RNA of differenent species and individuals the same? [closed]

Are grammars for all DNA or RNA of differenent species and individuals the same ?If so,the languages generated by the grammar are the same,or DNA and RNA of differenent species and individuals are ...
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Why to choose a grammar from a lot of grammars that can describe structure of proteins? [closed]

Why do we choose a grammar from a lot of grammars that can describe structure of proteins? Usually, there are a lot of (maybe infinite) grammars that can describe one language. Why do we choose a ...
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TCGA data, and bioinformatics design questions for SNP/ mirna analysis

It's my first time posting to this forum but was looking for some help on the data aspects of this project. My tools of choice would be in python/R . Goal: I'm looking to create a disease specific ...
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SNPs mapping into protein

Starting a new project on protein-protein interactions and SNP analysis tool development. I would like to ask how does SNPs is mapped into protein? What does mapping means?
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Where to find the corrected BLOSUM matrices?

I was looking at this paper which talks about the miscalculations in the BLOSUM matrices and how the "wrong" BLOSUM62 matrix performs better than the corrected version. I was trying to find the ...
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Applying Constraint Programming to sequence alignment/analysis

My Masters program is focused on formal methods such as SAT solving and constraint programming. I am interested in applying such techniques to problems in sequence alignment and sequence analysis, ...
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What are some famous biological studies using machine learning methods? [on hold]

What are some famous biological studies using machine learning methods? Has there been any major successes in biology where ML played an important part?
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Datasets of aligned nucleotide sequences

Where can I find some datasets of aligned nucleotide sequences? And what should I assume about the accuracy of the alignments there? (I would like to use such datasets for training the alignment ...
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What is the suitable terminology to describe this study approach?

I need to know the correct term(s) which are usually used in the parlance of both biology and bioinformatics for this study approach: About 11 transcripts were investigated using qPCR for a number of ...
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Color van der waals bonds in swiss PdbViewer

I'm trying to color certain amino acid's van der waals bonds as in the following picture: can anybody please describe the steps to accomplish that?
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Needing help in order to infer the statistical hypothesis tests performed in an old paper

I am in great need of help in order to infer the statistical hypothesis tests performed in an old paper. However I need to make some reasonable guesses only from the abstract of the paper since the ...
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Degenerate primer design for DIG in situ hybridization

New to molecular and have learned to design primers from google/youtube so any info would help Would someone be willing to share their protocol for degenerate primer design? Breakdown: Trying to ...
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Width of vein in finger

I am working on my bachelors thesis, where one part of it is to find width of vein in fingertip. I use database images and extract vein patterns from it, but i have to calculate the width of vein and ...
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Clustal Omega - convert from distance into # of substitutions

I have a set of nucleotide sequences for which I have aligned using Clustal Omega. In particular, I performed a full alignment, and obtained a full distance matrix. The distance matrix scores range ...
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comparing conventional phylogenetic tree to phylogenetic trees which are based on enzymes

I built trees (for 4 organisms: mouse, human, drosophila and C-elegans) for different enzymes family, compared them to the conventional tree, and try to explain them. how would you explain these ...
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Carotenoid biosynthesis in yeast

Does Budding Yeast Sacchromyces cerevisiae produces significant amount of carotenoids? Have anybody estimated the ratio of flux going in branches 1. Cholesterol synthesis(via squalene) 2. Coenzyme Q6 ...
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Is there any definition of complexity about gene and protein according their function?

Sorry for such a question,if it is too naive. Is there any definition of complexity about gene and protein according their function?If so,what is the relation between them?
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bioinformatics /genomics [closed]

i am looking for likely truncation sites to prove recombination in sequences. i have 4 sequences. i believe one to be the "real sequence" and the other 3 to be recombinants caused by cleavage possibly ...
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Biopython error [closed]

from Bio import SeqIO for seq_record in SeqIO.parse("ls_orchid.fasta", "fasta"): ... print(seq_record.id) File "", line 2 print(seq_record.id) ...
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What is most simple eukaryotic genome?

Expressed in number of Base Pairs or Bytes, about how much large is the simplest eukaryotic genome? How much of this is 'junk-DNA' (non-coding)?
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Specific enzyme for C. elegans [closed]

We are looking for an enzyme that appears in C. elegans but isn't common for: human, Drosophila or mouse. We need it for a little research project, thanks for your help!