AFLPinSilico performs AFLP simulations with different combinations of restriction enzymes or selective nucleotides, on organisms or data sets for which DNA sequences are available. It allows identification of the fragments and the genes they are tagging, sparing the collection and sequencing task. Besides data analysis, such simulations can be used by experimentalists to efficiently plan and design AFLP based experiments, saving time and expensive trials.

Rombauts, S., Van de Peer, Y., Rouzé, P. (2003) AFLPInsilico, simulating AFLP fingerprints. Bioinformatics 19(6):776-7.



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