Question: Re: Question From Ucsc About Snps And Proteins
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Guruprasad Ananda230 wrote:
Hi Jen, "Mutate Codons with SNPs" tool under "Evolution" section on Galaxy should help to answer this question. If you look at the tool's help section, it explains the required format of the input dataset. The input should have start, end, stop and strand co-ordinates for each of the codons, joined with start, end, stop, strand co-ordinates and observed SNPs for each of the SNPs. If the user has these data in two separate files, he can join them using "Join" tool under "Operate on genomic intervals" section. The output of the tool will consist of codons in the input mutated with the respective SNPs. To check if the changes are synonymous or not, the user can join this output with a tabular file containing the genetic code using "Join two queries" tool under "Join, subtract and group" section. I hope this answers your questions. Please feel free to email us if you have any further queries. Also, please send any future Galaxy-related questions to our mailing list at Thanks! Guru Galaxy team. Guruprasad Ananda Graduate Student Bioinformatics and Genomics The Pennsylvania State University
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Jennifer Jackson80 wrote:
Thank you Guru! Jen Jennifer Jackson UCSC Genome Bioinformatics Group
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