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VA/RNAmapper

RNAmapper

Appliance

RNAmapper

Technology

VM, AMI

Domains

Identify genome region linked to a mutation, and causal candidate mutations

Description

RNAmapper uses RNA-seq data to identify both a region of the genome linked to a mutation as well as candidate mutations that may be causal for the phenotype of interest.

Owners

Moens Lab, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Megason Lab, Harvard Medical School

Date Created/Updated
2012/08/03

RNAmapper uses RNA-seq data to identify both a region of the genome linked to a mutation as well as candidate mutations that may be causal for the phenotype of interest.

From the RNAmapper home page:

  • RNAmapper uses RNA-seq data to identify both a region of the genome linked to a mutation as well as candidate mutations that may be causal for the phenotype of interest. We have shown that the method can identify mutations that cause nonsense or missense changes to codons, alter transcript splicing, or alter gene expression levels. Here you will find information on how to map your mutations using RNA-Seq data.

Support

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