[BiO BB] Re:Synonomous SNP finding
moyc at mail.med.upenn.edu
Wed May 19 13:13:36 EDT 2004
> You can use sequence analysis packages to do the same thing. There are
> those of the commercial variety like Sequencher. That will allow you
> to load a reference sequence and compare a set of other sequences
> (sequenced or otherwise) and identify variability in the sequence.
> This will allow you to view the electropherogram as well (if
> sequencing). There is public software such as Consed available at the
> Univ. of Washington that can run on unix platforms. You need do not
> necessarily need to be working with sequencing data to use these
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> 1. Synonymous SNP finding (Jicheng Hao)
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> Date: Tue, 18 May 2004 14:36:38 -0700
> From: "Jicheng Hao" <jhao at tgen.org>
> To: <bio_bulletin_board at bioinformatics.org>
> Subject: [BiO BB] Synonymous SNP finding
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> I have used MUMmer to find SNPs between an incomplete genome and its
> reference completed genome. I then use Artemis manually to find
> synonymous SNPs by studying genes on the reference genome.
> I wonder if there is an automatic way(tool) to conduct Synonymous SNP
> finding. Otherwise, I have to write a tool to do that.
> Thank you.
> Jicheng Hao, Ph.D.
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