[Bioperl-l] primer pair sequence search

Maximilian Haeussler maximilianh at gmail.com
Wed Apr 12 10:24:00 EDT 2006

if you want to test primers against LARGE sequences: have a look at
UCSC's in silico PCR program (isPcr), accessible from the browser.
They explain in their faq how to download and compile the source files
if you want to use it locally.


On 10/04/06, Kevin Victor <kevinvicy at gmail.com> 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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Maximilian Haeussler,
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