Mutation point analysis detects mutation points between related genomes (pangenomes) in base units.
- Based on the current genome sequence, you can select and compare two or more from the genomic sequence loaded in the current reference directory.
- The genomic sequence must be genetically extracted and the CDS feature must be registered.
- Mutant bases can be displayed on the reference feature map.
- The detection site can be set on CDS or intergenic region.
- In the case of the intergenic region, the accuracy drops.
- For detection criteria, you can change% Identity and Overlap rate.
- A list of mutated bases is displayed on the analysis result screen, and the display items are mutated bases, mutation positions, gene names, ocus-Tags by genome sequence.
- Results can be output in CSV format.
- Increasing the memory size will also increase the analyzable pan genome size.
- Calculation time is required if the group is large. In that case, we recommend running on a computer with a large number of cores.
Implementation edition: IMCGE, AE, DS