Blast2GO Supported Project. Researchers: Prof. Luis Delaye, CINVESTAV Irapuato, México Prof. Enrique Calderon, Instituto de Biomedicina de Sevilla, España Prof. Andrés Moya, I2SysBio, Universidad de Valencia, España Background and Project Overview: Fungi from the genus Pneumocystis parasites lungs of mammals. These fungi show extensive stenoxenism, meaning that each Pneumocystis specie parasites a single mammal species. In humans, Pneumocystis causes pneumonia
Study of gene expression patterns associated with reproductive plasticity in the peacock blenny Salaria pavo
Blast2GO Supported Project. Researchers: MSc Sara D. Cardoso, Ph.D. candidate at Gulbenkian Institute for Science (IGC), Oeiras, Portugal Supervisors: Prof. Rui F. Oliveira, Gulbenkian Institute for Science (IGC), Oeiras, Portugal and Prof. Adelino V. M. Canário, CCMAR – Centre of Marine Sciences, University of Algarve, Faro, Portugal Background and Project Overview: The peacock blenny Salaria pavo (family Blenniidae) is a
CloudBlast and CloudIPS need Cloud Units to work.If all Cloud Units have been consumed CloudBlast and CloudIPS will stop. Consumption depends on what you are doing. The most costly (in terms of computation time) analysis is definitely to do a blastx against the whole NR with very long sequences. The smaller the database used the less Cloud Units are used. Use the taxonomy
This video shows how to use the ‘Coding-Potential Assessment Tool‘ which allows distinguishing the coding transcripts from the non-coding transcripts. This can be achieved using prebuilt models or building a species-specific model from the NCBI database. The results of the coding potential can be cross-checked with the Blast results and may allow discovering some novel mRNA.
BioBam Supported Project: Changes in maize transcriptome in response to Maize Iranian Mosaic Virus (MIMV) infection. Researchers: Mr. Abozar Ghorbani, Ph.D. candidate at Plant Virology Research Center, College of Agriculture, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran Supervisors: Prof. Keramatollah Izadpanah, Plant Virology Research Center, College of Agriculture, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran and A/Prof. Ralf Dietzgen, Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation, the
It is possible to load more than one project into OmicsBox and each project will be displayed in a different tab. So to run the analysis on the different projects you will need to have the OmicsBox table active (white tab). In your case, probably the Progress tab or the Messages tab is active and therefore you cannot analyse your
It is possible to perform a Fisher Exact Test on the 2 groups even if the annotation is in different files (.annot). First, both .annot files (group 1 and group 2) need to be loaded into Blast2GO.The test and reference set have to be generated according to the groups you want to compare. These are normal text files with the
This tutorial shows how to assign subcellular localizations with PSORTb in OmicsBox/Blast2GO. We also explain how to merge the obtained results to the existing functional annotations of a Blast2GO project. OmicsBox/Blast2GO allows to assigns sub-cellular localization sites to proteins based on their amino acid sequence via PSORTb. PSORTb is an algorithm which can be applied to bacteria or archaea protein sequences
This tutorial shows how to use the Generic Table and the “Select” functions in Blast2GO to identify sequences based on its biological functions and how to create and combine ID lists. These lists can be saved and used in downstream analysis like e.g. enrichment analysis. In Blast2GO, sequences are shown in table format. Per default, annotation projects use the Blast2GO
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