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  • BAMseek
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    Glad that helps. The default page is hg18, so be sure to go to the hg19 link

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  • kwatts59
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    Thanks Justin. SeattleSeq was exactly what I needed.

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  • BAMseek
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    You might want to look at ANNOVAR (command line tool) or SeattleSeq (web tool). Both of those should do what you are looking for.

    Justin

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  • Finding amino acid from a position in the human genome

    To all,
    I have a database of SNPs and with the chromosome and location in the human genome.
    For example, in human genome GRCh37/hg19, on Chromosome 1, position 1118275, in gene TTLL10, the nucleotide is a "C" (cytosine).

    If I mutate that C to a T (thymine), what amino acid would change in the TTLL10 gene?

    I have 33,162 of these SNPs, so I cant do this one at a time.

    Thanks in advance.
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