to find microsatellites...

Eugen Buehler buehler at cbil.humgen.upenn.edu
Tue Nov 25 15:19:36 EST 1997


Sampo,

	There used to be a program called sputnik available from
U. Washington, by Chris Abajon.  As I recall, the last time I
checked their web site the program was still listed, but the link
was broken (I failed to report that to them, though).  Anyway, the
version I have of the program is OK, although a little buggy
and feature poor.

-- 
Eugen Buehler
Arabidopsis thaliana Genome Center
University of Pennsylvania
buehler at cbil.humgen.upenn.edu

Sampo H Smolander wrote:
> 
> Do you know about programs that would scan sequence data
> to find microsatellites (i.e. short tandem repeats) ?
> 
> Such a program would be pretty simple (I guess I'd make
> one in a week), so I am a bit amazed because I couldn't
> find anything after a considerable time spent for searching...
> 
> --
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