FISH546: Bioinformatics for Environmental Sciences


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UniProt release 2010_04 »

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The SELECTON Server »

The Selecton server enables detecting the selective forces at a single amino-acid site. The ratio of non-synonymous (amino-acid altering) to synonymous (silent) substitutions, known as the Ka/Ks…

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5-Methylcytosine is more prone to transition than unmethylated cytosine, due to spontaneous deamination. This mechanism is important because it dictates the rarity of CpG islands. [edit]

Transition (genetics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via genefish)

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Novel (and exciting) C gigas genes

genefish:

Please go here to see table of genes from NGS effort that are not in public database. This is editable so I would encourage all to go in an highlight the coolest and/or make a comment in the appropriate field.

SR

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Reminder

We will be meeting this Thursday at regular time for Presentations!

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Comparison of de novo assembly to reference assembly of salmon paired-end sequence data
Table contains genes identified in the de novo sequence assembly that were not identified in the reference assembly.


Kristen Greenland - FISH 546 Large Data Set Project

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