SAGE analysis with DNATools

Soeren W. Rasmussen swr at crc.dk
Tue Jan 11 09:13:53 EST 2000


Dear DNATools user,

In case you use the SAGE functions (extract tags, tag file tools and
analysis functions) it might interest you to know that it is now
possible to im- and export sage tag files in the same format as is used
by NCBI (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/SAGE/). The latest release of
DNATools, 5.1.653, also allows you to load SAGEmap files for identifying
your tags - and contains a function which let you create a SAGE map file
from your own annotated sequences. Most of the SAGE routines have been
optimised and now run a bit faster. Remember, however, that you still
need other, more sophisticated/powerful programs for analysis of very
large data set. We routinely use the programs for tag files of about
20,000 tags.

Please remember that comments and ideas are always welcome.

Regards


Soeren

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Dr. scient. Søren W. Rasmussen
Carlsberg Laboratory, Department of Physiology
10 Gl. Carlsbergvej, DK-2500, Copenhagen, Denmark
Phone  45 33275230/45 36162259, Fax 45 33274766
swr at crc.dk, http://www.crc.dk/phys/

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