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SSR Classification and Investigation by Robert Kofler SciRoKo


A user-friendly software tool for the identification of microsatellites in genomic sequences. The combination of an extremely fast search algorithm with a built-in summary statistic tool makes SciRoKo an excellent tool for full genome analysis. SciRoKo contains two main modules: a simple sequence repeat (SSR) search module, which supports five different SSR search modes and a module for SSR-statistics, notably for mismatch frequency and compound microsatellite analysis. Compared to other already existing tools, SciRoKo also allows the analysis of compound microsatellites.

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Mozilla Public License version 2.0

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University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Department for Agrobiotechnology IFA-Tulln, Institute of Biotechnology in Plant Production, Tulln, Austria; Institut für Ökologie, Universität Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria; Institut für Tierzucht and Genetik, Veterinärmedizinische Universitat Wien, Wien, Austria

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The Austrian Science Fund (FWF, No P18414-B14); the Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung (FWF)

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