**From:** Olya Kravchenko (*ovkrav_at_gmail.com*)

**Date:** Thu Jun 21 2018 - 11:22:26 CDT

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Souvik, thanks a lot, this is very helpful!

Olga

On Thu, Jun 21, 2018 at 11:05 AM Souvik Sinha <souvik.sinha893_at_gmail.com>

wrote:

*> Hi,
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*>
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*> The 3rd and 4th column in your *.grad are the projected gradients along
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*> your respective reactions coordinates (i.e. your colvars) which you would
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*> eventually integrate to get your 2D PMF using abf_integrate routine. You
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*> can use this 2D landscape to get your 1D Projection of the PMF along any of
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*> the colvars of your choice. I think that is what Jerome meant in his
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*> reply.
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*>
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*> There are many literature where such an approach has been taken to
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*> integrate multidimensional energy landscape to get 1D PMF along a specific
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*> RC. If you are looking for just the equation, you can have a look at this "
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*> https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ct5002076".
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*>
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*> Regards,
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*> Souvik
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*>
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*> On Thu, Jun 21, 2018 at 7:49 PM, Olya Kravchenko <ovkrav_at_gmail.com> wrote:
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*>
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*>> Hi Jerome,
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*>>
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*>> thank you, I understand and trying my best, this list is my only source
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*>> to discuss technical questions at this moment.
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*>>
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*>> My two main questions are 1) what is the difference between column 3 and
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*>> column 4 in the *.grad output file produced after running abf with two
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*>> colvars (I did not find a description in the manual for the output format
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*>> for more than one colvar - I am not sure whether I interpret it correctly).
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*>>
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*>> and 2) whether abf_integrate routine can be used in this case (according
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*>> to the manual - yes, but you haven't mentioned it in your first reply and
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*>> started to doubt).
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*>>
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*>> I apologize for too many questions.
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*>>
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*>> Olga
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*>>
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*>>
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*>> On Thu, Jun 21, 2018 at 6:21 AM Jérôme Hénin <jerome.henin_at_ibpc.fr>
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*>> wrote:
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*>>
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*>>> Hi,
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*>>>
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*>>> This is a fundamental question on the theory, not the software. I can't
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*>>> do a stat mech class on this mailing list. I can recommend Dan Zuckerman's
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*>>> "Statistical Physics of Biomolecules: An Introduction".
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*>>>
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*>>> Best,
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*>>> Jerome
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*>>>
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*>>> On 20 June 2018 at 20:18, Olya Kravchenko <ovkrav_at_gmail.com> wrote:
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*>>>
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*>>>> Hi Jerome,
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*>>>>
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*>>>> thank you for your answer. I am still stuck on the same problem.
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*>>>>
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*>>>> Do I understand it correctly that essentially I have to manually
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*>>>> extract the data and make a 1d data file (in the same format as *.pmf
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*>>>> produced with one colvar) in order to merge them with the rest of my
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*>>>> windows? Should I use abf_integrate (is that what you mean by "integrating
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*>>>> conditional PMFs"?) and then add this data to the plot produced by merging
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*>>>> the rest of the windows? Or should I extract the data from original *.grad
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*>>>> and *.count files without using abf_integrate routine?
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*>>>>
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*>>>> I have two colvars, distance and distanceXY.
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*>>>>
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*>>>> I tried utilizing abf_integrate program (it works and produces *.dev
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*>>>> *.est *.histo and *.pmf files), but I don't understand how to interpret the
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*>>>> output in the resulting *.pmf file and how to extract the data to combine
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*>>>> with with the rest of my plot.
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*>>>>
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*>>>> For example, here is a partial output from my *.pmf file (from
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*>>>> abf_integrate):
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*>>>>
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*>>>> 64.05 0.05 0
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*>>>> 64.05 0.15 1.065
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*>>>> 64.05 0.25 0.97875
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*>>>> 64.05 0.35 1.26875
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*>>>> 64.05 0.45 1.10063
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*>>>> 64.05 0.55 1.24812
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*>>>> 64.05 0.65 1.36687
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*>>>> 64.05 0.75 1.62375
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*>>>> ....
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*>>>> ....
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*>>>>
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*>>>> 64.15 0.05 0.29125
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*>>>> 64.15 0.15 1.26688
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*>>>> 64.15 0.25 1.205
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*>>>> 64.15 0.35 1.39375
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*>>>> 64.15 0.45 1.47813
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*>>>> 64.15 0.55 1.69625
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*>>>> ....
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*>>>> ....
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*>>>>
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*>>>> ...and so on until the first column reaches 70 (which defines the upper
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*>>>> border of the "distance" in my abf window). The second column, as I
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*>>>> understand, represents the values for "distanceXY" (0-4). The third column
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*>>>> is free energy, correct? Then -- how do I choose one value that corresponds
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*>>>> to a particular point of the distance colvar for 1D profile? (i.e. what is
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*>>>> the value of PMF that corresponds to, say, 64.05)
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*>>>>
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*>>>> If I don't have to use abf_integrate and take the data from original
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*>>>> *.grad and *.count files, how do I pick the values in the .grad file?
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*>>>>
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*>>>> My grad file looks approximately like this:
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*>>>>
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*>>>> 64.05 0.05 2.63212 18.2997
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*>>>> 64.05 0.15 1.53358 0.88108
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*>>>> 64.05 0.25 1.19012 5.24787
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*>>>> 64.05 0.35 1.51466 -0.261045
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*>>>> ...
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*>>>> (and so on)
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*>>>>
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*>>>> I don't quite understand what are the last two columns and how to pick
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*>>>> the right values there.
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*>>>>
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*>>>> I would like to understand this process and would really appreciate
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*>>>> help!
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*>>>>
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*>>>> Thank you,
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*>>>>
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*>>>> olga
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*>>>>
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*>>>>
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*>>>>
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*>>>>
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*>>>>
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*>>>> On Mon, Jun 4, 2018 at 8:22 AM Jérôme Hénin <jerome.henin_at_ibpc.fr>
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*>>>> wrote:
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*>>>>
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*>>>>> Hi Olga,
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*>>>>>
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*>>>>> The only thing ABF/colvars does is merge data for the same set of
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*>>>>> variables. If you ran ABF in 1d in one case, and 2d in the other
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*>>>>> case, you cannot merge them into a 2d PMF by any simple method. What you
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*>>>>> can do is "marginalize" the 2d dataset to obtain a 1d pmf that can be
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*>>>>> merged with the other one, but that would have to be done manually.
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*>>>>> Essentially that means integrating "conditional PMFs" over one variable,
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*>>>>> then using that as weights to compute the free energy gadient in the other
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*>>>>> direction as a conditional average.
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*>>>>>
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*>>>>> Best,
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*>>>>> Jerome
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*>>>>>
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*>>>>> On 31 May 2018 at 18:13, Olya Kravchenko <ovkrav_at_gmail.com> wrote:
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*>>>>>
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*>>>>>> Hi all,
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*>>>>>>
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*>>>>>> I am trying to merge data from ABF runs, I have several trajectories
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*>>>>>> with distance colvar only and several with distance+distanceXY. I am
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*>>>>>> getting the following error:
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*>>>>>>
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*>>>>>> colvars: Reading sample count from abf2.count and gradient from
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*>>>>>> abf2.grad
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*>>>>>> colvars: Warning: reading from different grid definition (colvar
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*>>>>>> 1); remapping data$
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*>>>>>> colvars: Warning: reading from different grid definition (colvar
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*>>>>>> 1); remapping data$
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*>>>>>> colvars: Reading sample count from abf3.count and gradient from
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*>>>>>> abf3.grad
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*>>>>>> colvars: Error reading grid: wrong number of collective variables.
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*>>>>>> FATAL ERROR: Error in the collective variables module: exiting.
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*>>>>>>
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*>>>>>> What is the best way to put PMF curve together in such case? Should I
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*>>>>>> just extract the data columns that I need or is there a modification to
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*>>>>>> make in merge input files that would account for different number of
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*>>>>>> colvars?
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*>>>>>>
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*>>>>>> Thanks in advance!
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*>>>>>>
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*>>>>>> olga
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*>>>>>>
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*>>>>>>
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*>>>>>
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*>>>
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*>
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*>
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*> --
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*> Souvik Sinha
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*> Research Fellow
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*> Bioinformatics Centre
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*> Bose Institute, India
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*>
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*> Contact: 033 25693275
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*>
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