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What are the base degeneracy codes that you use (eg. R, W, K, V, S)?

Nov 17, 2016, 19:09 PM
The one letter codes for degenerate bases are determined by the International Union of Biochemistry (IUB), based on base properties. For example, the letter Y is the symbol for unspecified pyrimidine nucleoside and the letter R is for unspecified purine nucleoside. The letters used for ordering degenerate bases are as follows: R = A,G ; Y = C,T; M = A,C ; K = G,T; S =C,G; W = A,T; H = A,C,T ; B = C,G,T ; V = A,C,G ; D = A,G,T; N = A,C,G,T
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