dna ambiguity codes

Rob Smissen SmissenR at LANDCARERESEARCH.CO.NZ
Mon Nov 15 09:56:01 CST 2004


Hi

Ken Kinman's explanation sounds pretty good. I thought perhaps the 'L'
could be an 'I', which would stand for inosine, which I'm told pairs
with any base and thus can be used to reduce the level of degeneracy
when several sites are "ambiguous".

cheers
Rob Smissen

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