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Where to find potential splice sites for virus?

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Default Where to find potential splice sites for virus?



Hi Everyone,

I am reading bioinformatics and have the following qn:

Where can we find potential splice sites for the Human Poliovirus Type I (Mahoney), assuming it would be transcribed in the human nucleus?

I'd like to get a direction, as I have been unable to find tools online to find potential splice sites, thus any guidance is greatly appreciated, thanks!
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Default Re: Where to find potential splice sites for virus?

Hi there,
there are databases for splice sites and also tools for searching through your sequence - most are eukaryotic so you would have to find a viral database to confirm
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