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comment Biological Sequences of UniProt in PostgreSQL
@jcolebrand, this is related to Blast. We have an export function that writes out the sequences to a FASTA format and that is a valid input to Blast. Then Blast can do high-throughput similarity searches against the sequences or against a larger database (but only Uniprot can be larger then Uniport). We also construct HMM from sets of sequences and use HMMER2 to search for similarity.
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comment How to version control PostgreSQL schema with comments?
Truly helpful, but I don't want to mark this as Answer just yet because I'm hoping to get a best practices answer.
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