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phmm visualization

I have used HMMER search and I have created a phmm. But I would like to visualize it, not as a logo but as a phmm. I do not have Linux, so I cannot use build hmmer. Is there any web browser that I ...
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phmm blast hmmer

i have created a phmm in hmmer from a multiple alignment focused on E. coli produced in tcoffee from sequences taken from blast similar to my query sequence. I would like to ask how i can compare the ...
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What exactly does each of InterPro, PANTHER, Pfam bring to the table individually in classifying a protein?

I would be very grateful if somebody could sketch out the methods Pfam and PANTHER use to assign a family to a given protein and how they are different. My (cursory) understanding is that InterpProp ...
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Profile HMM to find sequence motif using Baum-Welch instead of using a given multiple sequence alignment?

I know this can be very problem-specific -- but it seemed to me the standard approach to train an HMM to recognize a binding pattern of a protein is to use the multiple sequence alignment (MSA), ...
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Difference in BLAST and eggNOG

Note: this question has also been asked on Biostars This is question regarding the tools rather than the concepts. I am a freshman at college and I am a working on an evolutionary biology of ...
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Available Protein sequence alignment dataset and HMM model

It may better to move the question here. I am new to biology and I find my algorithm may be used in the Protein sequence alignment, since it is a henced HMM model. I find that people use HMM to ...
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How to rebuild the workflow for mining in oomynete genomes in UGENE

I want to recreate the UGENE workflow proposed in Convergence of retrotransposons in oomycetes and plants. After being able to understand the data and hmmsearch Here and Here and getting most of the ...