[BiO BB] Orthologous upstream sequence analysis
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Thu Oct 20 14:34:47 EDT 2005
Well ... I am interested in the other possible analysis --- looking at
equence from all these .. and find conserved motifs .. etc ...
the species are quite well known phylogenetically ... but any other useful
things to do with them .. would be helpful ....
On 10/19/05, Joel Dudley <joel.dudley at asu.edu> wrote:
> What type of analysis would you like to do? Do you want to calculate
> rates of evolution? Construct a phylogeny?
> - Joel
> MacResearcher - Articles, News, and Reviews for the Mac-loving Scientist
> On Oct 9, 2005, at 1:44 PM, Samantha Fox wrote:
> > Hii...
> > I am looking for various options to analyze a set of 300bp long
> > orthologous sequences from a group of phylogenetically related
> > species. Its like 5-8 promoter dna sequences per gene for around
> > 2000 genes.
> > What can be the best ways to do this analysis, I looked at some
> > phylogenetic tools, but most have limitations like web-based, just
> > 2 sequences, etc.
> > All your suggestions... and anyone experienced with similar
> > stuff. ... I welcome it all...
> > Thanks.
> > Samantha
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