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Converts DNA sequences to RNA sequences.

published 1.0.5 a month ago
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A viewer for DNA, RNA, and protein sequences that supports many input formats

published 3.10.7 2 months ago
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A library of parsers for interconverting between genbank, fasta, and (eventually) sbol through Teselagen's intermediary json format

published 4.1.8 3 months ago
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Problem metabolizing ethanol with ADH (Alcohol dehydrogenase)

published 1.0.1 7 years ago
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Problem metabolizing NSAIDs

published 1.0.1 7 years ago
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Increased risk of gluten intolerance and celiac disease in europeans

published 1.0.1 7 years ago
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Determines lower heart attack risk than average - 10-20% of people

published 1.0.2 7 years ago
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Determines if affected by sickle cell anemia

published 1.0.2 7 years ago
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read feature and sequence data and produce highlighted fasta

published 1.5.0 4 days ago
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A DNA-RNA-Protein translator library

published 2.8.0 6 years ago
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DNA parser of FASTA format

published 1.4.15 a year ago
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Module for DNA, RNA and protein sequences manipulation

published 0.1.1 10 years ago
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An extension for Seqviz

published 2.0.27 3 months ago
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The 3.7% or so of all individuals who are both rs965513(A;A) and rs944289(T;T) are reported to be at ~5.7x increased risk for thyroid cancer compared to noncarriers

published 1.0.0 8 years ago
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You have at least 4 of the 5 genotypes which increase, by approximately 50%, the risk of prostate cancer patients dying of the disease. This does not increase your risk of getting prostate cancer, however.

published 1.1.1 8 years ago
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You have a 6.5x increased risk for breast cancer

published 1.0.1 8 years ago
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You are at an increased risk for developing Parkinson's Disease

published 1.0.1 8 years ago
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You have a lower risk for developing Parkinson's Disease

published 1.0.1 8 years ago
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Your CYP1A2 fast metabolizer status means that you are less stimulated by caffeine.

published 1.0.4 8 years ago
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Most likely CYP2C19 normal, i.e. CYP2C19*1, and therefore of the 'rapid metabolizer' phenotype.

published 1.0.1 8 years ago
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