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> Hemoglobin subunit theta
~ 30h reticulocytes, in vitro
> 20h yeast, in vitro
> 10h e. coli, in vitro
Run from script
This tool returns a correlation matrix and plot. The correlation between the data can be calculated by Pearson, Spearman or Kendall's method.
A B C A 1.000 -0.396 0.322 B -0.396 1.000 0.439 C 0.322 0.439 1.000
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Editing – DNA analyzer
- key: '--sequence'
'Input: Enter a DNA sequence'
- key: '--is_reversed'
'Use the reverse complement?'
Input: Enter a DNA sequence
> Some DNA sequence
Use the reverse complement?
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