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is-rSNP | A technique for in silico regulatory SNP detection

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Predicts whether a SNP is an rSNP. For a given SNP, and using a statistical framework, is-rSNP can successfully predict the set of TFs for which binding is affected. It provides the statistical power to scan large numbers of SNPs, making it suitable to use to screen all associated SNPs output by a typical GWAS.

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There is no standalone version for this tool. For the web service, the tool restricts the maximum number of input SNPs as 20.

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is-rSNP classification

is-rSNP specifications

Unique identifier:
OMICS_01930
Interface:
Web user interface
Computer skills:
Basic
Maintained:
Yes
Name:
In silico regulatory SNP detection
Restrictions to use:
None
Stability:
Stable

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Maintainer

  • Geoff Macintyre <>

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Institution(s)

Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering; NICTA, Victoria Research Lab, The University of Melbourne, Victoria; Bioinformatics and Systems Integration, The Blood and DNA Profiling Facility, Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, Prahran, Victoria; Metastasis Research Lab, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, St Andrews Place, East Melbourne, Victoria; Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. The University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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