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All posts created by welkin

| posted 24 Apr, 2018 12:53
Lysin A is encoded by two adjacent genes within cluster AN, and each portion should be labeled with its specific domain, for example "lysin A, peptidase domain"
Posted in: Cluster AN Annotation Tipslysin A in two parts
| posted 24 Apr, 2018 12:51
The major capsid protein, scaffolding protein, and protease are all encoded by a single gene.
Posted in: Cluster AN Annotation Tipscapsid fusion
| posted 24 Apr, 2018 12:49
The major capsid protein, scaffolding protein, and capsid maturation protein are fused into a single protein and encoded by a single gene.
Edited 24 Apr, 2018 12:50
Posted in: Cluster AU Annotation Tipscapsid fusion
| posted 24 Apr, 2018 12:48
The tape measure protein is located amidst the minor tail proteins, rather than upstream of them all.
Posted in: Cluster AU Annotation Tipstape measure
| posted 24 Apr, 2018 12:48
Cluster AU phages have two genes that appear to encode major tail proteins.
Posted in: Cluster AU Annotation Tipstwo major tail genes
| posted 24 Apr, 2018 12:46
there are many many membrane proteins in the AM phages. this makes it very difficult to identify the holin.
Posted in: Cluster AM Annotation Tipsmany membrane proteins
| posted 24 Apr, 2018 12:44
The partitioning proteins in the AL phages are the "ParB-like nuclease domain" type, and not the sets that are actually causing plasmid partitioning for the prophage. There is no evidence that the AL phages are temperate.
Posted in: Cluster AL Annotation TipsParB proteins
| posted 24 Apr, 2018 12:36
AK phages have an extra domain fused to their portal proteins. This domain is similar to the F gene of phage Mu, which is a protein involved in capsid morphogenesis.
This gene should be labeled "portal and MuF-like fusion protein"

Revised: Do not call any of the MuF-like minor capsid proteins for now. (6/16/21)
Edited 16 Jun, 2021 21:27
Posted in: Cluster AK Annotation TipsPortal and MuF-like
| posted 24 Apr, 2018 12:18
done.
Posted in: Request a new function on the SEA-PHAGES official listDprA DNA processing chain A
| posted 20 Apr, 2018 12:25
Hi,
Try this work-around from our IT person:

"So as I mentioned, the problem was that as a regular user - windows had an issue with the software being from an "untrusted" developer.

I used the Application Compatibility Toolkit to manually add the title to the windows whitelist for such things. After that, no problem running as a regular user.

I used this guide to resolve the problem, substituting the windows 8.1 versions where appropriate:

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/windows-and-office/selectively-disable-uac-for-your-trusted-vista-applications/​

"
Edited 24 Apr, 2018 12:18
Posted in: DNA MasterRunning with Administrator Privileges