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[go-friends] InterPro -> GO optimization
markw at illuminae.com
Thu Oct 17 05:52:40 PDT 2013
> Some of the InterProScan analyses that offer high sequence coverage can
> return less
> information-rich GO terms, but they are actually fairly quick to run.
OK, no worries. I just wondered if there were some that could be
completely excluded w.r.t the likelihood of getting some GO anotation from
> Have you tried using the latest version of InterProScan (version 5)? It
> has an inbuilt
> sequence look up service that might speed the processing up.
Yup, that's the one I am planning to run.
> If all else fails, you could send us your sequences and we'd be happy to
> run the analysis
> and return the GO terms to you.
Thank you for the offer! I'm fine - there's no problem with running the
analyses, I just wanted to eliminate anything that wasn't going to be
"productive". My trial runs so far have me calculating about 28-30 days
of InterProScanning :-) That's fine, though!
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