silent restriction map
J.Parkhill at bham.ac.uk
Mon Sep 9 05:32:33 EST 1996
In article <GaryTruett.1192474683A at PostOffice.PBRC.edu>,
pntrue at unix1.sncc.lsu.edu wrote:
> The software GCG can identify potential restriction sites through its
> mismatch function.
> The command line:
> map mis=1 filename
> directs the software to list restriction sites that would be created by
> making a single base substitution in the target sequence.
or, even better, use:
map (or mapsort) -silent
which will show all the restriction sites which can be generated (by any
number of changes) without altering the translation product, if you
specify the start of the gene.
Julian Parkhill - J.Parkhill at bham.ac.uk
CRC Laboratories, Inst. of Cancer Studies, Medical School,
University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TJ, U.K.
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