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Ben3
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Last Activity: 11-18-2022, 09:53 AM
Joined: 09-16-2022

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    Shina
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    Is this link used correctly and now what do I do next? Any guidance into helping me with this please for the ppt
    dbSNP is a public-domain archive for human single nucleotide variations, microsatellites, and small-scale insertions and deletions along with publication, population frequency, molecular consequence, and genomic and RefSeq mapping information for both common variations and clinical mutations.

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    I'm not sure if this link will help you. I haven't used this before, but I believe it is for showing common SNPs in genomic data. You could probably use this to look up the common SNPs for the gene you want to study. But I think your goal is to show how to identify them in your own data. If so you should just align the sequencing data. Look up on youtube how to identify SNPs using an alignment. There should be a lot of different tools that show how to do this and visualize it.
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