Nonsynonymous Mutation-Contig To Amino Acid Position
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jackuser1979 ▴ 880

I have identified nonsynonymous mutation occurs on the contig position 1000 substitution by G/A through variant effect predictor. I got the transcript id & protein id and sequences of them. Now I am trying to know whether my SNP is neutral or deleterious, I am trying to use polyphen2, but it ask for the position in the amino acid sequence. How to correctly specify the substitution position in protein sequence which obtained from contig position.?

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Title of the question is really vague. Please correct it so that people will open and read your question.

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title of the question edited. Thanks

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You can directly use the contig as input in Mutation Taster Translate the contig and align with protein sequence, will help u to find the amino acid position in the protein.

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For functional analysis of nsSNP

a) HANSA (From our lab),

b) PolyPhen

c) Mutation Taster

d) Condel

e) Panther

Hope this helps

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B. Arman Aksoy ★ 1.2k

If you need to extract the protein coordinates for your mutations, Oncotator tool might be helpful -- it will also provide you some extra annotation.

For testing functional impact, there is also Mutation Assessor.

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Use snpEff to annotate your VCF file. In case of nonsynonymous mutation, it gives you the position of amino acid that has changed along with the before-after amino acids. I think that information can be fed into Polyphen2.

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