Slackware and SlackBuilds.org cited in a scientific publicationPosted: 2019-03-15 Filed under: academic, slackbuilds | Tags: codeml, evolution, fubar, gnumeric, hyphy, inkscape, meme, msa, pal2nal, paml, PFAM, PRANK, selection, sequence, slac, slackware 2 Comments
The latest paper from our research group has just been published in Scientific Reports. A big part of the work was done in silico, using different software tools and databases. All bioinformatics software used locally was installed on a Slackware64 system, almost exclusively from the scripts at SlackBuilds.org. With this post, I would like to give my sincere thanks to Slackware and the SlackBuilds.org community.
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Custom protein topology schemesPosted: 2014-04-14 Filed under: academic | Tags: DOG, DomainDraw, ELM, JSON, lang, MyDomains, NetNGlyc, NetPhos, PFAM, PROTTER, SMART 1 Comment
I need to generate custom graphics of several proteins (in fact nearly 30). I have the domain organisation predicted at the SMART database, the N-glycosylation sites at NetNGlyc and the possible phosphorylation targets at NetPhos. I also have identified short functional motifs at ELM.
Now I need a program that can generate custom graphics that would combine all of these neatly. Read the rest of this entry »