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Old 06-20-2011, 06:35 PM   #1
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Default Mapping SNPs to proteins

I would like to convert SNP positions to Amino Acid positions in the current UniProt database. My goal is to determine if SNPS are in specific annotated domains (eg phosphorylation sites, transmembrane domains, DNA binding domains, etc). I have used the web based version of PolyPhen2 but that uses an older version of the uniprot DB than the one I am using so there were some discrepancies (~3 percent of AAs didn't match up). And I am having difficulty installing a local version of PolyPhen2. It seems likely to me that there is other software out there to do this. Any suggestions?
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