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Analysing effect of the mutation

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Hi

I am a research assistant working on molecular genetics. Currently we have identified a candidate gene for ciliopathies and would like to predict the effect of the mutation on that particular gene. Can anyone please suggest any bioinformatic tools which could predict the effect of mutation. Both structural and functional changes. I have tried Polyphen2 and SIFT. Are there any other tools apart from this .

Would be great if anyone can suggest .

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Mrid
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