PupaSuite -- finding functional single nucleotide polymorphisms for large-scale genotyping purposes

What you can do:
Select single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) with potential phenotypic effect.
  • The SNPeffect and PupaSuite databases are now synchronized to deliver annotations for both non-coding and coding SNP, as well as annotations for the SwissProt set of human disease mutations.
  • The new PupaSuite version incorporates predictions for SNPs in silencers and miRNAs including their targets, as well as additional methods for predicting SNPs in TFBSs and splice sites. Also predictions for mouse and rat genomes have been added.
  • In addition, a PupaSuite web service has been developed to enable data access, programmatically.
  • The combined database holds annotations for 4,965,073 regulatory as well as 133,505 coding human SNPs and 14,935 disease mutations, and phenotypic descriptions of 43,797 human proteins and is also accessible via http://snpeffect.vib.be.
  • SNP
  • single nucleotide polymorphisms
  • SNPs
  • SNP functional analysis
  • SNP effects
  • SNP phenotypes
  • coding SNP
  • non-coding SNP
This record last updated: 05-02-2008

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