*  When evaluating bacterial and archaeal genomes for genes, why must researchers evaluate six open reading frames? - AnswerMenu
... so researchers must evaluate six open reading frames. ... Codons consist of six bases and there are six reading frames ... How many reading frames should you search in the hopes of identifying a potential open reading frame (ORF)? ... There are three reading frames for each DNA strand, so researchers must evaluate six open reading frames. ... There are three reading frames for each DNA strand, so researchers must evaluate six open reading frames. ...
  http://www.answermenu.com/3189/evaluating-bacterial-archaeal-researchers-evaluate-reading
*  Difference between revisions of "BIOL368/F11:HIV Structure" - OpenWetWare
Besides the NCBI Open Reading Frame Finder described in the book, ExPASy also has a translation tool you can use, found here. ... Take one of your DNA sequences and follow the instructions to find the open reading frames in the sequence. Since you were ... Chapter 4: Reading a SWISS-PROT entry (pp. 110-123 in the second edition). The example worked through in the book is the ... The journal club papers we read are quite old already for a fast-moving field. Using the Web of Science (or PubMed or Structure ...
  https://openwetware.org/wiki/?title=BIOL368/F11:HIV_Structure&diff=552869&oldid=549139
*  Predicting Statistical Properties of Open Reading Frames in Bacterial Genomes - pdf download
Online library with books, university works and thousands of documents available to read online and download. ... Predicting Statistical Properties of Open Reading Frames in Bacterial Genomes. . Download books free in pdf. ... Predicting Statistical Properties of Open Reading Frames in Bacterial Genomes - Download this document for free, or read online ... of Open Reading Frames ORFs of eubacterial genomes such as codon composition and sequence length of all reading frames was ...
  http://books.duhnnae.com/2017/jun7/149817198079-Predicting-Statistical-Properties-of-Open-Reading-Frames-in-Bacterial-Genomes.php
*  "Translation reinitiation and development are compromised in similar wa" by Fujun Zhou, Bijoyita Roy et al.
... reinitiation is a non-canonical mechanism that operates on mRNAs harboring upstream open reading frames. The h subunit of ... reinitiation is a non-canonical mechanism that operates on mRNAs harboring upstream open reading frames. The h subunit of ... Files over 3MB may be slow to open. For best results, right-click and select "save as..." ...
  http://trace.tennessee.edu/utk_planpubs/56/
*  hiatus | Open Reading Frame
So, no blogging for me, and I won't be reading much except research papers either. I'll copy all my science/OA RSS feeds to ...
  http://sennoma.net/?p=553
*  updates | Open Reading Frame
Posted in open access/open science , Tagged corrections, updates , Leave a reply ... 1. http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2008/09/open-access-science.ars 2. warning, huge pdf: http://judiciary.house.gov/ ...
  http://sennoma.net/?tag=updates
*  personal | Open Reading Frame
For the moment, in lieu of any original content, here are two must-reads for anyone who reads me:. Walt Crawford has devoted an ... I don't have a lot of free time, but I do want to keep talking and thinking about Open Scienceā€¦ now that I'm in biotech, it's ... Just do yourself a favour and read it, OK? Here's a quote to whet your appetite:. We need at core a much more sophisticated ... entire issue of Cites&Insights to library access to scholarship, and you should read it for a useful overview of the state of ...
  http://sennoma.net/?cat=29
*  Novel Exon of Mammalian ADAR2 Extends Open Reading Frame
Methodology/Principal Findings Here we present evidence for a new ADAR2 splice variant that extends the open reading frame of ...
  http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0004225
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 182 (SDHC)
1 ATGGCTGCGC TGTTGCTGAG ACACGTTGGT CGTCATTGCC TCCGAGCCCA CTTTAGCCCT 61 CAGCTCTGTA TCAGAAATGC TGTTCCTTTG GGAACCACGG CCAAAGAAGA GATGGAGCGG 121 TTCTGGAATA AGAATATAGG TTCAAACCGT CCTCTGTCTC CCCACATTAC TATCTACAGT 181 TGGTCTCTTC CCATGGCGAT GTCCATCTGC CACCGTGGCA CTGGTATTGC TTTGAGTGCA 241 GGGGTCTCTC TTTTTGGCAT GTCGGCCCTG TTACTCCCTG GGAACTTTGA GTCTTATTTG 301 GAACTTGTGA AGTCCCTGTG TCTGGGGCCA GCACTGATCC ACACAGCTAA GTTTGCACTT 361 GTCTTCCCTC TCATGTATCA TACCTGGAAT GGGATCCGAC ACTTGATGTG GGACCTAGGA 421 AAAGGCCTGA AGATTCCCCA GCTATACCAG TCTGGAGTGG TTGTCCTGGT TCTTACTGTG 481 TTGTCCTCTA TGGGGCTGGC AGCCATGTGA ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=182&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 9 (ATM)
1 ATGAGTCTAG TACTTAATGA TCTGCTTATC TGCTGCCGTC AACTAGAACA TGATAGAGCT 61 ACAGAACGAA AGAAAGAAGT TGAGAAATTT AAGCGCCTGA TTCGAGATCC TGAAACAATT 121 AAACATCTAG ATCGGCATTC AGATTCCAAA CAAGGAAAAT ATTTGAATTG GGATGCTGTT 181 TTTAGATTTT TACAGAAATA TATTCAGAAA GAAACAGAAT GTCTGAGAAT AGCAAAACCA 241 AATGTATCAG CCTCAACACA AGCCTCCAGG CAGAAAAAGA TGCAGGAAAT CAGTAGTTTG 301 GTCAAATACT TCATCAAATG TGCAAACAGA AGAGCACCTA GGCTAAAATG TCAAGAACTC 361 TTAAATTATA TCATGGATAC AGTGAAAGAT TCATCTAATG GTGCTATTTA CGGAGCTGAT 421 TGTAGCAACA TACTACTCAA AGACATTCTT TCTGTGAGAA AATACTGGTG TGAAATATCT 481 CAGCAACAGT GGTTAGAATT GTTCTCTGTG TACTTCAGGC TCTATCTGAA ACCTTCACAA 541 GATGTTCATA GAGTTTTAGT GGCTAGAATA ATTCATGCTG TTACCAAAGG ATGCTGTTCT 601 CAGACTGACG GATTAAATTC CAAATTTTTG GACTTTTTTT CCAAGGCTAT TCAGTGTGCG 661 AGACAAGAAA AGAGCTCTTC AGGTCTAAAT CATATCTTAG CAGCTCTTAC TATCTTCCTC 721 AAGACTTTGG CTGTCAACTT TCGAATTCGA GTGTGTGAAT TAGGAGATGA AATTCTTCCC 781 ACTTTGCTTT ATATTTGGAC TCAACATAGG CTTAATGATT CTTTAAAAGA AGTCATTATT 841 GAATTATTTC AACTGCAAAT ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=9&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 228 (DBN1)
1 ATGGCCGGCG TCAGCTTCAG CGGCCACCGC CTGGAGCTGC TGGCGGCTTA CGAGGAGGTG 61 ATCCGAGAGG AGAGCGCGGC CGACTGGGCT CTGTACACAT ATGAAGATGG CTCCGATGAC 121 CTCAAGCTTG CAGCATCAGG AGAAGGGGGC TTGCAGGAGC TTTCGGGACA CTTTGAGAAC 181 CAGAAGGTGA TGTACGGCTT CTGCAGTGTC AAGGACTCCC AAGCTGCTCT GCCAAAATAC 241 GTGCTCATCA ACTGGGTGGG CGAAGATGTG CCTGATGCCC GCAAGTGCGC TTGTGCCAGC 301 CACGTGGCTA AGGTGGCAGA GTTCTTCCAG GGTGTCGACG TGATCGTGAA CGCCAGCAGC 361 GTGGAAGACA TAGACGCGGG TGCCATCGGG CAGCGGCTCT CTAACGGGCT GGCGCGACTC 421 TCCAGCCCTG TGCTGCACCG ACTGCGGCTG CGAGAGGATG AGAACGCAGA GCCCGTGGGC 481 ACCACCTACC AGAAGACGGA TGCAGCTGTG GAAATGAAGC GGATTAACCG AGAGCAGTTC 541 TGGGAGCAGG CCAAGAAGGA AGAAGAGCTG CGGAAGGAGG AGGAGCGGAA GAAGGCCCTG 601 GATGAGAGGC TCAGGTTCGA GCAGGAGCGG ATGGAGCAGG AGCGGCAGGA GCAAGAGGAG 661 CGCGAGCGGC GCTACCGGGA GCGGGAGCAG CAGATCGAGG AGCACAGGAG GAAACAGCAG 721 ACTTTAGAAG CGGAAGAGGC CAAGAGGCGG TTGAAGGAGC AGTCTATCTT TGGTGACCAT 781 CGGGATGAGG AGGAAGAGAC CCACATGAAG AAGTCAGAGT CGGAGGTGGA GGAGGCAGCA 841 GCTATTATTG CCCAGCGGCC ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=228&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 210 (MDM2)
1 ATGTGCAATA CCAACATGTC TGTACCTACT GATGGTGCTG TAACCACCTC ACAGATTCCA 61 GCTTCGGAAC AAGAGACCCT GGTTAGACCA AAGCCATTGC TTTTGAAGTT ATTAAAGTCT 121 GTTGGTGCAC AAAAAGACAC TTATACTATG AAAGAGGTTC TTTTTTATCT TGGCCAGTAT 181 ATTATGACTA AACGATTATA TGATGAGAAG CAACAACATA TTGTATATTG TTCAAATGAT 241 CTTCTAGGAG ATTTGTTTGG CGTGCCAAGC TTCTCTGTGA AAGAGCACAG GAAAATATAT 301 ACCATGATCT ACAGGAACTT GGTAGTAGTC AATCAGCAGG AATCATCGGA CTCAGGTACA 361 TCTGTGAGTG AGAACAGGTG TCACCTTGAA GGTGGGAGTG ATCAAAAGGA CCTTGTACAA 421 GAGCTTCAGG AAGAGAAACC TTCATCTTCA CATTTGGTTT CTAGACCATC TACCTCATCT 481 AGAAGGAGAG CAATTAGTGA GACAGAAGAA AATTCAGATG AATTATCTGG TGAACGACAA 541 AGAAAACGCC ACAAATCTGA TAGTATTTCC CTTTCCTTTG ATGAAAGCCT GGCTCTGTGT 601 GTAATAAGGG AGATATGTTG TGAAAGAAGC AGTAGCAGTG AATCTACAGG GACGCCATCG 661 AATCCGGATC TTGATGCTGG TGTAAGTGAA CATTCAGGTG ATTGGTTGGA TCAGGATTCA 721 GTTTCAGATC AGTTTAGTGT AGAATTTGAA GTTGAATCTC TCGACTCAGA AGATTATAGC 781 CTTAGTGAAG AAGGACAAGA ACTCTCAGAT GAAGATGATG AGGTATATCA AGTTACTGTG 841 TATCAGGCAG GGGAGAGTGA ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=210&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 161 (HSPA1B)
1 ATGGCCAAAG CCGCGGCGAT CGGCATCGAC CTGGGCACCA CCTACTCCTG CGTGGGGGTG 61 TTCCAACACG GCAAGGTGGA GATCATCGCC AACGACCAGG GCAACCGCAC CACCCCCAGC 121 TACGTGGCCT TCACGGACAC CGAGCGGCTC ATCGGGGATG CGGCCAAGAA CCAGGTGGCG 181 CTGAACCCGC AGAACACCGT GTTTGACGCG AAGCGGCTGA TCGGCCGCAA GTTCGGCGAC 241 CCGGTGGTGC AGTCGGACAT GAAGCACTGG CCTTTCCAGG TGATCAACGA CGGAGACAAG 301 CCCAAGGTGC AGGTGAGCTA CAAGGGGGAG ACCAAGGCAT TCTACCCCGA GGAGATCTCG 361 TCCATGGTGC TGACCAAGAT GAAGGAGATC GCCGAGGCGT ACCTGGGCTA CCCGGTGACC 421 AACGCGGTGA TCACCGTGCC GGCCTACTTC AACGACTCGC AGCGCCAGGC CACCAAGGAT 481 GCGGGTGTGA TCGCGGGGCT CAACGTGCTG CGGATCATCA ACGAGCCCAC GGCCGCCGCC 541 ATCGCCTACG GCCTGGACAG AACGGGCAAG GGGGAGCGCA ACGTGCTCAT CTTTGACCTG 601 GGCGGGGGCA CCTTCGACGT GTCCATCCTG ACGATCGACG ACGGCATCTT CGAGGTGAAG 661 GCCACGGCCG GGGACACCCA CCTGGGTGGG GAGGACTTTG ACAACAGGCT GGTGAACCAC 721 TTCGTGGAGG AGTTCAAGAG AAAACACAAG AAGGACATCA GCCAGAACAA GCGAGCCGTG 781 AGGCGGCTGC GCACCGCCTG CGAGAGGGCC AAGAGGACCC TGTCGTCCAG CACCCAGGCC 841 AGCCTGGAGA TCGACTCCCT ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=161&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 267 (EPS8)
1 ATGAATGGTC ATATTTCTAA TCATCCCAGT AGTTTTGGAA TGTACCCATC TCAGATGAAT 61 GGCTACGGAT CATCACCTAC CTTTTCCCAG ACGGACAGAG AACATGGTTC AAAAACAAGT 121 GCAAAGGCCC TTTATGAACA AAGGAAGAAT TATGCACGGG ACAGTGTCAG CAGTGTGTCA 181 GATATATCTC AATACCGTGT TGAACACTTG ACTACCTTTG TCCTGGATCG GAAAGATGCT 241 ATGATCACTG TTGATGATGG AATAAGGAAA TTGAAATTGC TTGATGCCAA GGGCAAAGTG 301 TGGACTCAAG ATATGATTCT TCAAGTGGAT GACAGAGCTG TGAGCCTGAT TGATTTAGAA 361 TCAAAGAATG AACTGGAGAA TTTTCCTTTA AACACAATCC AGCACTGCCA AGCTGTGATG 421 CATTCATGCA GCTATGATTC AGTTCTTGCA CTGGTGTGCA AAGAGCCAAC CCAGAACAAG 481 CCAGATCTTC ATCTCTTCCA GTGTGATGAG GTTAAGGCAA ACCTAATTAG TGAAGATATT 541 GAAAGTGCAA TCAGTGACAG TAAAGGAGGG AAACAGAAGA GGCGGCCCGA CGCCCTGAGG 601 ATGATTTCCA ATGCAGACCC TAGTATACCG CCTCCACCCA GAGCTCCTGC CCCTGCGCCC 661 CCTGGGACCG TCACCCAGGT GGATGTTAGA AGTCGAGTGG CAGCCTGGTC TGCATGGGCA 721 GCCGACCAAG GGGACTTTGA GAAACCAAGG CAGTATCATG AGCAGGAAGA AACACCTGAG 781 ATGATGGCAG CCCGCATTGA CAGAGATGTG CAAATCTTAA ACCACATTTT GGATGACATT 841 GAATTTTTTA TCACAAAACT ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=267&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 97 (GSK3B)
1 ATGTCAGGGC GGCCCAGAAC CACCTCCTTT GCGGAGAGCT GCAAGCCGGT GCAGCAGCCT 61 TCAGCTTTTG GCAGCATGAA AGTTAGCAGA GACAAGGACG GCAGCAAGGT GACAACAGTG 121 GTGGCAACTC CTGGGCAGGG TCCAGACAGG CCACAAGAAG TCAGCTATAC AGACACTAAA 181 GTGATTGGAA ATGGATCATT TGGTGTGGTA TATCAAGCCA AACTTTGTGA TTCAGGAGAA 241 CTGGTCGCCA TCAAGAAAGT ATTGCAGGAC AAGAGATTTA AGAATCGAGA GCTCCAGATC 301 ATGAGAAAGC TAGATCACTG TAACATAGTC CGATTGCGTT ATTTCTTCTA CTCCAGTGGT 361 GAGAAGAAAG ATGAGGTCTA TCTTAATCTG GTGCTGGACT ATGTTCCGGA AACAGTATAC 421 AGAGTTGCCA GACACTATAG TCGAGCCAAA CAGACGCTCC CTGTGATTTA TGTCAAGTTG 481 TATATGTATC AGCTGTTCCG AAGTTTAGCC TATATCCATT CCTTTGGAAT CTGCCATCGG 541 GATATTAAAC CGCAGAACCT CTTGTTGGAT CCTGATACTG CTGTATTAAA ACTCTGTGAC 601 TTTGGAAGTG CAAAGCAGCT GGTCCGAGGA GAACCCAATG TTTCGTATAT CTGTTCTCGG 661 TACTATAGGG CACCAGAGTT GATCTTTGGA GCCACTGATT ATACCTCTAG TATAGATGTA 721 TGGTCTGCTG GCTGTGTGTT GGCTGAGCTG TTACTAGGAC AACCAATATT TCCAGGGGAT 781 AGTGGTGTGG ATCAGTTGGT AGAAATAATC AAGGTCCTGG GAACTCCAAC AAGGGAGCAA 841 ATCAGAGAAA TGAACCCAAA ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=97&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 28 (IGF1)
1 ATGGGAAAAA TCAGCAGTCT TCCAACCCAA TTATTTAAGT GCTGCTTTTG TGATTTCTTG 61 AAGGTGAAGA TGCACACCAT GTCCTCCTCG CATCTCTTCT ACCTGGCGCT GTGCCTGCTC 121 ACCTTCACCA GCTCTGCCAC GGCTGGACCG GAGACGCTCT GCGGGGCTGA GCTGGTGGAT 181 GCTCTTCAGT TCGTGTGTGG AGACAGGGGC TTTTATTTCA ACAAGCCCAC AGGGTATGGC 241 TCCAGCAGTC GGAGGGCGCC TCAGACAGGC ATCGTGGATG AGTGCTGCTT CCGGAGCTGT 301 GATCTAAGGA GGCTGGAGAT GTATTGCGCA CCCCTCAAGC CTGCCAAGTC AGCTCGCTCT 361 GTCCGTGCCC AGCGCCACAC CGACATGCCC AAGACCCAGA AGGAAGTACA TTTGAAGAAC 421 GCAAGTAGAG GGAGTGCAGG AAACAAGAAC TACAGGATGT AG ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=28&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 291 (DGAT1)
1 ATGGGCGACC GCGGCAGCTC CCGGCGCCGG AGGACAGGGT CGCGGCCCTC GAGCCACGGC 61 GGCGGCGGGC CTGCGGCGGC GGAAGAGGAG GTGCGGGACG CCGCTGCGGG CCCCGACGTG 121 GGAGCCGCGG GGGACGCGCC AGCCCCGGCC CCCAACAAGG ACGGAGACGC CGGCGTGGGC 181 AGCGGCCACT GGGAGCTGAG GTGCCATCGC CTGCAGGATT CTTTATTCAG CTCTGACAGT 241 GGCTTCAGCA ACTACCGTGG CATCCTGAAC TGGTGTGTGG TGATGCTGAT CTTGAGCAAT 301 GCCCGGTTAT TTCTGGAGAA CCTCATCAAG TATGGCATCC TGGTGGACCC CATCCAGGTG 361 GTTTCTCTGT TCCTGAAGGA TCCCTATAGC TGGCCCGCCC CATGCCTGGT TATTGCGGCC 421 AATGTCTTTG CTGTGGCTGC ATTCCAGGTT GAGAAGCGCC TGGCGGTGGG TGCCCTGACG 481 GAGCAGGCGG GACTGCTGCT GCACGTGGCC AACCTGGCCA CCATTCTGTG TTTCCCAGCG 541 GCTGTGGTCT TACTGGTTGA GTCTATCACT CCAGTGGGCT CCCTGCTGGC GCTGATGGCG 601 CACACCATCC TCTTCCTCAA GCTCTTCTCC TACCGCGACG TCAACTCATG GTGCCGCAGG 661 GCCAGGGCCA AGGCTGCCTC TGCAGGGAAG AAGGCCAGCA GTGCTGCTGC CCCGCACACC 721 GTGAGCTACC CGGACAATCT GACCTACCGC GATCTCTACT ACTTCCTCTT CGCCCCCACC 781 TTGTGCTACG AGCTCAACTT TCCCCGCTCT CCCCGCATCC GGAAGCGCTT TCTGCTGCGA 841 CGGATCCTTG AGATGCTGTT ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=291&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 299 (CDK7)
1 ATGGCTCTGG ACGTGAAGTC TCGGGCAAAG CGTTATGAGA AGCTGGACTT CCTTGGGGAG 61 GGACAGTTTG CCACCGTTTA CAAGGCCAGA GATAAGAACA CCAACCAAAT TGTCGCCATT 121 AAGAAAATCA AACTTGGACA TAGATCAGAA GCTAAAGATG GTATAAATAG AACCGCCTTA 181 AGAGAGATAA AATTATTACA GGAGCTAAGT CATCCAAATA TAATTGGTCT CCTTGATGCT 241 TTTGGACATA AATCTAATAT TAGCCTTGTC TTTGATTTTA TGGAAACTGA TCTAGAGGTT 301 ATAATAAAGG ATAATAGTCT TGTGCTGACA CCATCACACA TCAAAGCCTA CATGTTGATG 361 ACTCTTCAAG GATTAGAATA TTTACATCAA CATTGGATCC TACATAGGGA TCTGAAACCA 421 AACAACTTGT TGCTAGATGA AAATGGAGTT CTAAAACTGG CAGATTTTGG CCTGGCCAAA 481 TCTTTTGGGA GCCCCAATAG AGCTTATACA CATCAGGTTG TAACCAGGTG GTATCGGGCC 541 CCCGAGTTAC TATTTGGAGC TAGGATGTAT GGTGTAGGTG TGGACATGTG GGCTGTTGGC 601 TGTATATTAG CAGAGTTACT TCTAAGGGTT CCTTTTTTGC CAGGAGATTC AGACCTTGAT 661 CAGCTAACAA GAATATTTGA AACTTTGGGC ACACCAACTG AGGAACAGTG GCCGGACATG 721 TGTAGTCTTC CAGATTATGT GACATTTAAG AGTTTCCCTG GAATACCTTT GCATCACATC 781 TTCAGTGCAG CAGGAGACGA CTTACTAGAT CTCATACAAG GCTTATTCTT ATTTAATCCA 841 TGTGCTCGAA TTACGGCCAC ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=299&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 113 (PCNA)
1 ATGTTCGAGG CGCGCCTGGT CCAGGGCTCC ATCCTCAAGA AGGTGTTGGA GGCACTCAAG 61 GACCTCATCA ACGAGGCCTG CTGGGATATT AGCTCCAGCG GTGTAAACCT GCAGAGCATG 121 GACTCGTCCC ACGTCTCTTT GGTGCAGCTC ACCCTGCGGT CTGAGGGCTT CGACACCTAC 181 CGCTGCGACC GCAACCTGGC CATGGGCGTG AACCTCACCA GTATGTCCAA AATACTAAAA 241 TGCGCCGGCA ATGAAGATAT CATTACACTA AGGGCCGAAG ATAACGCGGA TACCTTGGCG 301 CTAGTATTTG AAGCACCAAA CCAGGAGAAA GTTTCAGACT ATGAAATGAA GTTGATGGAT 361 TTAGATGTTG AACAACTTGG AATTCCAGAA CAGGAGTACA GCTGTGTAGT AAAGATGCCT 421 TCTGGTGAAT TTGCACGTAT ATGCCGAGAT CTCAGCCATA TTGGAGATGC TGTTGTAATT 481 TCCTGTGCAA AAGACGGAGT GAAATTTTCT GCAAGTGGAG AACTTGGAAA TGGAAACATT 541 AAATTGTCAC AGACAAGTAA TGTCGATAAA GAGGAGGAAG CTGTTACCAT AGAGATGAAT 601 GAACCAGTTC AACTAACTTT TGCACTGAGG TACCTGAACT TCTTTACAAA AGCCACTCCA 661 CTCTCTTCAA CGGTGACACT CAGTATGTCT GCAGATGTAC CCCTTGTTGT AGAGTATAAA 721 ATTGCGGATA TGGGACACTT AAAATACTAC TTGGCTCCCA AGATCGAGGA TGAAGAAGGA 781 TCTTAG ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=113&type=orf
*  Open reading frame for HAGRID 115 (FAS)
1 ATGCTGGGCA TCTGGACCCT CCTACCTCTG GTTCTTACGT CTGTTGCTAG ATTATCGTCC 61 AAAAGTGTTA ATGCCCAAGT GACTGACATC AACTCCAAGG GATTGGAATT GAGGAAGACT 121 GTTACTACAG TTGAGACTCA GAACTTGGAA GGCCTGCATC ATGATGGCCA ATTCTGCCAT 181 AAGCCCTGTC CTCCAGGTGA AAGGAAAGCT AGGGACTGCA CAGTCAATGG GGATGAACCA 241 GACTGCGTGC CCTGCCAAGA AGGGAAGGAG TACACAGACA AAGCCCATTT TTCTTCCAAA 301 TGCAGAAGAT GTAGATTGTG TGATGAAGGA CATGGCTTAG AAGTGGAAAT AAACTGCACC 361 CGGACCCAGA ATACCAAGTG CAGATGTAAA CCAAACTTTT TTTGTAACTC TACTGTATGT 421 GAACACTGTG ACCCTTGCAC CAAATGTGAA CATGGAATCA TCAAGGAATG CACACTCACC 481 AGCAACACCA AGTGCAAAGA GGAAGGATCC AGATCTAACT TGGGGTGGCT TTGTCTTCTT 541 CTTTTGCCAA TTCCACTAAT TGTTTGGGTG AAGAGAAAGG AAGTACAGAA AACATGCAGA 601 AAGCACAGAA AGGAAAACCA AGGTTCTCAT GAATCTCCAA CCTTAAATCC TGAAACAGTG 661 GCAATAAATT TATCTGATGT TGACTTGAGT AAATATATCA CCACTATTGC TGGAGTCATG 721 ACACTAAGTC AAGTTAAAGG CTTTGTTCGA AAGAATGGTG TCAATGAAGC CAAAATAGAT 781 GAGATCAAGA ATGACAATGT CCAAGACACA GCAGAACAGA AAGTTCAACT GCTTCGTAAT 841 TGGCATCAAC TTCATGGAAA ...
  http://genomics.senescence.info/genes/seq.php?id=115&type=orf
*  January | 2004 | Open Reading Frame
Go read about it; this shit could happen to you next.. If you're part of the choir and you like being preached to (I am and I ... Read 'em all. I'll just point out that at the time of writing Dean is in fact winning the primary race as I understand it1. ... i read everything on the web so you don't have to. Posted on January 22, 2004. by sennoma ... You can read the whole paper for this one; because the study was reported in the first issue of a new journal (Molecular ...
  http://sennoma.net/?m=200401
*  June | 2010 | Open Reading Frame
I'm ridiculously busy (at work today, Saturday, for instance), but I wanted briefly to mark the occasion. It's Juneteenth, an emancipation anniversary which - if I understand it correctly - focuses on the joy without needing to downplay the grim realities, and is for everyone who feels that, for all its unresolved legacies, the end of US slavery is something to celebrate. I'm so white I'm actually pink, but Juneteenth makes me happy too ...
  http://sennoma.net/?m=201006
*  January | 2006 | Open Reading Frame
Instead: read more books, take more photos, get more exercise, see more live music, do more stuff. ... technical reading of the law should ever prevail.. Will Justice Alito vote to protect the right to privacy, especially a ... Fortunately, in another case several years later, the Supreme Court rejected the Third Circuit and Alito's narrow reading of ... go read this post. It'll help.. Update: MoveOn has a handy letter you can send to the twenty-five (not twenty, as I originally ...
  http://sennoma.net/?m=200601
*  weekly verse | Open Reading Frame
Wordpress Hashcash needs javascript to work, but your browser has javascript disabled. Your comment will be queued in Akismet! ...
  http://sennoma.net/?p=379
*  September | 2006 | Open Reading Frame
Posted in open access/open science, science no suprises here. Posted on September 5, 2006. by Bill Hooker ... You should also read Glenn (also here), hilzoy (also here), Scott and Bora.. Seriously, read those links: it's a short list, ... Update: read this too.. I came to this country to be with my wife, and I'd have gone anywhere for that reason alone. But I was ... If you read me at all, you will probably be interested in Rob's thoughts on scientific communication and I'd really like it if ...
  http://sennoma.net/?m=200609