SNP-RFLPing -- restriction enzyme mining for SNPs in genomes

What you can do:
Find suitable restriction enzymes for assays on a batch of SNPs and genes from the human, rat, and mouse genomes.
Highlights:
  • The SNP-RFLPing analysis provides the SNP contig position, heterozygosity, function, protein residue, and amino acid position for cSNPs as well as commercial and noncommercial restriction enzymes.
  • All SNPs with available RFLP restriction enzymes of each input genes are provided even if many SNPs exist.
  • The software takes three user-friendly inputs: 1) NCBI dbSNP "rs" or "ss" IDs; 2) NCBI Entrez gene ID and HUGO gene name; 3) any formats of SNP-in-sequence, and are allowed to perform the SNP-RFLPing assay.
Keywords:
  • restriction fragment length polymorphism RFLPs
  • RFLP assay
  • Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms
  • SNPs
  • SNP genotyping
  • restriction enzymes
  • restriction analysis
This record last updated: 12-04-2006

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