cDNA Vector trim.
d.m.a.martin at dundee.ac.uk
Thu Mar 20 15:10:48 UTC 2003
On 20/3/03 2:47 pm, "Matthew H. Bemis" <bemis at io.iol.unh.edu> wrote:
> Thanks for the advice! The programs work great. Now I have all this data
> and I have phred( phd.1 ) files that I'd like to align and look for
> mismatches( high score mismatches ). Is there software for this?
> I have four file types to work with here:
> if there software out there for looking for high quality mutations?
> writing software is not out of the question for me either. I am a cs
> graduate student, but I'd rather not re-invent the wheel.
> thanks in advance!
Checkout the staden package which does all sorts of things you would find
useful, in particular pregap4 and gap4.
> Matt Bemis
> On Tue, 18 Mar 2003, David Martin wrote:
>> On 18/3/03 3:06 pm, "Matthew H. Bemis" <bemis at io.iol.unh.edu> wrote:
>>> I have never used emboss before, and I would like to know if there exists
>>> a trimming program to cut a vector off some sequence samples I have, and
>>> stop trimming at my LokI site. I've compiled the full set of tools on a
>>> new Mac OSX, and I have all of them available to me.
>>> any advice would be greatly appreciated
>> $ wossname vector
>> Finds programs by keywords in their one-line documentation
>> SEARCH FOR 'VECTOR'
>> vectorstrip Strips out DNA between a pair of vector sequences
>>> matt bemis
>> David Martin PhD
>> Bioinformatics Scientific Officer
>> Post-Genomics and Molecular Interactions Centre
>> University of Dundee
David Martin PhD
Bioinformatics Scientific Officer
Post-Genomics and Molecular Interactions Centre
University of Dundee
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