Automatically design tiling array probes.
You can specify the probe base length.
You can specify the distance (base number) between the leading bases of each probe.
You can specify the strand to design the probe (Forward Strand, Reverse Strand, Both). Probes can be designed avoiding specified annotations (feature keys) such as rRNA.
If there is any annotation at the position where the probe was designed, it is possible to capture its contents.
An arbitrary initial letter (prefix) and a sequential number of the specified number of digits can be specified for the probe name.
Currently it is possible to output in three different formats.
- Agilent Simple Format: Agilent Simple Format is a comma-separated CSV format of 2 columns per row consisting of ProbeID and Sequence.
- Agilent Complete Format: The Agilent Complete Format is a comma separated CSV format of 7 columns per probe consisting of ProbeID, Sequence, TargetID, Accessionns, GeneSymbols, Description and ChromosomalLocation.
- IMC Standard CSV Format: IMC Starndard CSV Format is a Comma Separated Probe Description CSV Format of 5 columns per row of 1 probe standardly used by IMC.
This function can be executed with the following edition.
AE, DS, GT