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1.What size PCR product will be generated using the primers (bold and underlined) in the sequence below?

Without giving too much of the "what they want you to do yourself" bits of this away, here are a few explanations of the image that may help you answer this question: As mentioned in the ...
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Help Understanding the Greedy Motif Search Algorithm from Textbook

I figured this out after rereading the chapter a few times. I am going to try my best to describe the solution here for anyone else who runs into this issue, since I don't think this was meant to be ...
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Help Understanding the Greedy Motif Search Algorithm from Textbook

I have been similarly stuck on the Bioinformatics textbook motif problems in Rosalind, mostly because the documentation included with the problems is sparse, useless, or nonexistent. The mouseover for ...
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probability of finding a 5 amino acids in a row within a proteome

Its just significant at 2% 0.055 . 65 . 1067 = 0.021 (its actually 0.02 - see note) Where critical probability is 0.05, i.e. 5% There are 20 aa so 1/20 probability of random occurrence. The ...
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Multi-pattern search in aligned sequences

Maybe a job for seqkit locate. Here -m 0means no mismatches allowed. I do not understand really your output format, so maybe ...
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Multi-pattern search in aligned sequences

I wonder if FIMO might be something that you could use. The online version doesn't have the capacity 70 deal with 700GB of data, but you could try it out with a subsample to see if the output is ...
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