[Bioperl-l] primer pair sequence search

Donald Jackson donald.jackson at bms.com
Mon Apr 10 16:36:16 EDT 2006


Take a look at NCBI's E-PCR program. It can test PCR primers against a 
library of genomic or mRNA sequences and identify all predicted products 
within a given size range. It has a web interface or can be run locally.

Don Jackson

Kevin Victor wrote:

>Hi, I am interested to know if there is any optimal way to search for primer
>pair sequences in a given set of longer sequences. I would like to do this
>in batch mode. This would be more like searching for substrings in a string
>where the substrings we are searching are several thousands and are known.
>Any suggestions would be very helpful.
>
>Thanks,
>Kevin
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