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Old 04-21-2015, 01:15 AM   #1
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Hi all, I need some help regarding Blast2go software. I'm currently doing transcriptomic research for a seaweed. I've been analysing my transcript using blast2go version 2.8.0 and blast2go pro trial. I found slightly different data that been generated from both version. For example, GO term for molecular function generated from blast2go pro gave different result compared to blast2go version 2.8.0. May I know why?

On the other hand, to proceed with my work, should I only focus on data generated from blast2go version 2.8.0 only or should take consideration of data generated from blast2go pro trial?

May I know what is the advantage of blast2go pro compared to version 2.8.0?
I would be very grateful if anyone of you can give me link about blast2go for me to understand it more and fully utilised it for my work.

thanks guys!
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Old 04-22-2015, 03:28 AM   #2
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There is a chance that both versions of the program are using a different database. The pro version use to have a more updated version

Pro version has some advantages that are indicated in their web pages. For me, one of the priorities is that you can speed up your search using Blast in the cloud using their own servers. You can save the data automatically, keeping that in case of a electrical shortage, and you have more options like the chance to play with word size, etc, making your search more personalized

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