Programmatically search and retrieve data from NCBI's Entrez databases using NCBI's Entrez Utilities (E-Utilities).
The interoperability between MATLAB® and Bioperl - passing arguments from MATLAB to Perl scripts and pulling BLAST search data back to MATLAB.
Handle Scoring Matrices with the sequence alignment tools. The example uses proteins associated with retinoblastoma, a disease caused by a tumor which develops from the immature retina.
Basic sequence manipulation techniques and computes some useful sequence statistics. It also illustrates how to look for coding regions (such as proteins) and pursue further analysis of
Extract some sequences from GenBank®, find open reading frames (ORFs), and then aligns the sequences using global and local alignment algorithms.
Create and manipulate MATLAB® containers designed for storing data from a microarray experiment.
Read and perform basic operations with data produced by the Illumina/Solexa Genome Analyzer®.
A method that can be used to investigate the significance of sequence alignments. The number of identities or positives in an alignment is not a clear indicator of a significant alignment. A
Create a memory mapped file for sequence data and work with it without loading all the genomic sequence into memory. Whole genomes are available for human, mouse, rat, fugu, and several other