SNPNB: analyzing neighboring-nucleotide biases on single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs).

Zhang F, Zhao Z
Bioinformatics. 2005 21 (10): 2517-9

PMID: 15769840 · DOI:10.1093/bioinformatics/bti377

UNLABELLED - SNPNB is a user-friendly and platform-independent application for analyzing Single Nucleotide Polymorphism NeighBoring sequence context and nucleotide bias patterns, and subsequently evaluating the effective SNP size for the bias patterns observed from the whole data. It was implemented by Java and Perl. SNPNB can efficiently handle genome-wide or chromosome-wide SNP data analysis in a PC or a workstation. It provides visualizations of the bias patterns for SNPs or each type of SNPs.

AVAILABILITY - SNPNB and its full description are freely available at

MeSH Terms (14)

Algorithms Base Pair Mismatch Base Sequence Chromosome Mapping Computer Graphics Genome, Human Humans Molecular Sequence Data Nucleotides Polymorphism, Single Nucleotide Sequence Alignment Sequence Analysis, DNA Software User-Computer Interface

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