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       famap - prepare Fasta sequence database for re-PCR searches


       famap [-hV] -b mmapped-file [-t cvt] [fafile ...]

       famap [-hV] -d mmapped-file [ord ...]

       famap [-hV] -l mmapped-file [ord ...]


       The  program  famap  is  part  of  the e-PCR suite and is used to build
       mmapped-file from FASTA files for reverse e-PCR searches


       where cvt (convertion table) is one of:

              off - as is (default)

              n   - nucleotide [acgtnACGTN] allowed,

              N   - nucleotide uppercase allowed [ACGTN]

              nx  - nucleotide with ambiquity codes allowed

              NX  - nucleotide with ambiquity codes uppercase


        famap -tN -b genome.famap org/chr_*.fa

        fahash -b genome.hash -w 12 -f3 ${PWD}/genome.famap

        re-PCR -s genome.hash -n1 -g1 ACTATTGATGATGA AGGTAGATGTTTTT 120-200

       See famap(1) and re-pcr(1)



       bioperl(1), e-pcr(1), famap(1) and re-pcr(1)


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Fasta converter for e-PCR version April 2008                          FASTA(1)