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Aug
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
18
comment Do human neurons in a petri dish do different things from chimpanzee neurons
The claim that it is not a single neuron has nothing to do with what I'm asking (and is also not consensus AFAIK). I'm asking whether there are global differences, such as amount of connections, which are discernable in vitro.
Aug
18
asked Do human neurons in a petri dish do different things from chimpanzee neurons
Jul
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awarded  Curious
May
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accepted TCGA gene expression data are missing matched normal
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asked TCGA gene expression data are missing matched normal
Feb
27
comment Length differences between physically interacting proteins
No, I'm asking about sequence length.
Feb
27
comment Length differences between physically interacting proteins
Each protein has a sequence. Sequences have lengths (amount of amino acids). Some proteins interact by forming physical bonds to each other. I'm asking if something can be said about size differences between interaction proteins. E.g. - usually very small proteins would not connect with each other, but only with a bigger protein. This is not "a problem". I'm simply wondering because I want to understand what would be a good descriptor for proteins when trying to model physical interactions.
Feb
27
asked Length differences between physically interacting proteins
Feb
24
asked Comparing SIFT and PolyPhen to other methods
Dec
4
accepted What are the differences between HPRD and BIOGRID databases?
Dec
1
comment What are the differences between HPRD and BIOGRID databases?
I've added some details to my question. I'm not sure what you mean by more general/specific.
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revised What are the differences between HPRD and BIOGRID databases?
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revised What are the differences between HPRD and BIOGRID databases?
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Nov
30
asked What are the differences between HPRD and BIOGRID databases?
Nov
30
accepted How does sugar enter neurons if they don't use insulin?
Jun
10
awarded  Supporter
Jun
10
accepted What are the allowed evolution operators (on protein encoding sequences)?
Jun
10
comment What are the allowed evolution operators (on protein encoding sequences)?
Looks like this is what I've been looking for.
Jun
10
comment What are the allowed evolution operators (on protein encoding sequences)?
Can you please clarify the following: What exactly are intragenic mutations? What exactly is their mechanism? What is the mechanism for complete gene duplication and segment shuffling? Why didn't you mention single nucleotide errors by the replication process?