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Blob A Plane Economy of Space Surfaces From the Mathemati...

Created: 2009-08-07 19:38:05 | Last updated: 2009-12-21 17:32:25

Credits: User M. Kirsh

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A perspective on nature is introduced based on a visit to the Plane Geometry of Euclid and reinterpretation of the theory of relativity. Nature is redifined  as a special case of proximity that is different from normally the construed physical proximity presented to perception. The world is considered as a special case in which the Laws of Motion of Newton and Special Relativity of Einstein are hopefuly united into a single frame. The science of genetics is revisited and new theory ...

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Blob comparison of plant مقارنة

Created: 2012-01-12 20:21:14 | Last updated: 2012-01-12 20:21:15

Credits: User Ahmed hosny

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plant DNA Virus

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Workflow Transcribe a DNA sequence into an RNA sequ... (2)

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This workflow transcribes a DNA sequence into an RNA sequence

Created: 2007-10-03 | Last updated: 2007-11-13

Workflow DNA sequence analysis pilot (Blat) (2)

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http://amc-app1.amc.sara.nl/twiki/bin/view/  Workflow-based  DNA sequence analysis on the Dutch Life Science Grid. This workflow is  based on http://www.myexperiment.org/workflows/840 , the last component (Blast analysis) is replaced by Blat analysis    

Created: 2009-11-20 | Last updated: 2009-11-30

Credits: User Angela Luijf User Barbera van Schaik User Glatard

Attributions: Workflow DNA sequence analysis pilot

Workflow Sff2Fasta_Blast_ParseBlast (1)

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Blast Roche 454 sequences against a reference database on the Dutch Life Science Grid Conversion of Roche 454 sequences to fasta Blast sequences against a database Parse Blast results http://www.bioinformaticslaboratory.nl/      

Created: 2010-09-22 | Last updated: 2010-09-22

Credits: User Barbera van Schaik User Antoine van Kampen User Angela Luijf User Silvia Olabarriaga

Workflow Sff2Fasta_Blat (1)

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Blat Roche 454 sequences against a reference database on the Dutch Life Science Grid Conversion of Roche 454 sequences to fasta Blat sequences against a database http://www.bioinformaticslaboratory.nl/  

Created: 2010-09-22 | Last updated: 2010-09-22

Credits: User Barbera van Schaik User Antoine van Kampen User Angela Luijf User Silvia Olabarriaga

Workflow Sff2Fasta_Blast_Blat_ParseBlast (1)

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Blast and Blat Roche 454 sequences against a reference database on the Dutch Life Science Grid Conversion of Roche 454 sequences to fasta Blat sequences against a database Blast sequences against a database Parse Blast results http://www.bioinformaticslaboratory.nl/  

Created: 2010-09-22 | Last updated: 2010-09-22

Credits: User Barbera van Schaik User Antoine van Kampen User Angela Luijf User Silvia Olabarriaga

Workflow EMBL-EBI ClustalW2_SOAP (2)

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Perform a ClustalW2 alignment of protein sequences using the EMBL-EBI’s ClustalW2 (SOAP) service (see http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/webservices/services/msa/clustalw2_soap). This workflow uses the new EBI services, which are asynchronous and require looping over the nested workflow (Status) until the workflow has finished. Many of the EBI services now work in this way, so you can use this workflow as an example of the invocation pattern and looping configuration.

Created: 2011-01-17 | Last updated: 2013-01-30

Credits: User Katy Wolstencroft User Hamish McWilliam

Attributions: Workflow EMBL-EBI ClustalW2 (SOAP) Workflow EBI_ClustalW2

Workflow Analyze any DNA sequence, GeneBank (1)

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This workflow is designed to analyze a DNA sequence for potential binding sites. Sequences should be in GeneBank format.What is the geneXplain type?The geneXplain platform is an online toolbox for a broad range of bioinformatic and systems biology applications. It is developed by geneXplain GmbH. The technology behind the geneXplain platform is BioUML (www.biouml.org), which has been built, improved and supported for many years at the Institute of Systems Biology in Novosibirsk. The individua...

Created: 2013-11-13 | Last updated: 2015-04-17

Credits: User geneXplain

Workflow Analyze any DNA sequence, Fasta (1)

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This workflow is designed to analyze a DNA sequence for potential binding sites. Sequences should be in Fasta format.What is the geneXplain type?The geneXplain platform is an online toolbox for a broad range of bioinformatic and systems biology applications. It is developed by geneXplain GmbH. The technology behind the geneXplain platform is BioUML (www.biouml.org), which has been built, improved and supported for many years at the Institute of Systems Biology in Novosibirsk. The individual w...

Created: 2013-11-13 | Last updated: 2015-04-17

Credits: User geneXplain

Workflow Analyze any DNA sequence, EMBL (1)

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This workflow is designed to analyze a DNA sequence for potential binding sites. Sequences should be in EMBL format.What is the geneXplain type?The geneXplain platform is an online toolbox for a broad range of bioinformatic and systems biology applications. It is developed by geneXplain GmbH. The technology behind the geneXplain platform is BioUML (www.biouml.org), which has been built, improved and supported for many years at the Institute of Systems Biology in Novosibirsk. The individual wo...

Created: 2013-11-13 | Last updated: 2015-04-17

Credits: User geneXplain

Workflow Analyze any DNA sequence for site enrichment (1)

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This workflow is designed to reveal TFBS  enrichment in any DNA sequence.  As input, any sequence collection in FASTA, EMBL or GeneBank format can be used. Yes and No sequence sets can be specified in the corresponding input fields.  As input, DNA sequences of any organisms and from any genome regions can be taken.At the first step Yes and No sequences are subjected to Site search on track analysis using the profile of positional weight matrices specified in the input form. The...

Created: 2013-11-13 | Last updated: 2015-04-17

Credits: User geneXplain

Workflow SNPs@PSU (1)

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Example file test workflows.

Created: 2016-12-03 | Last updated: 2016-12-03

Credits: User Sittisak Krotasuwan

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