In this page are reported information about the projects related to the annotation of the impact of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) on human health. Currently we have four available web tools located in our server:
|PhD-SNP||Support Vector Machine based method to discriminate between neutral or disease-related single point protein mutations.
|Meta-SNP||Meta-predictor of disease causing variants that uses
the output of PANTHER, PhD-SNP, SIFT and SNAP
|WS-SNPs&GO||Support Vector Machine method for the detection of
disease-related SNPs based on functional information
|DrCancer||Support Vector Machine based method to predict
cancer-causing mutations (Beta version).
The implementation of these web servers has been made possible
with Marie Curie IOF funds of the Mut2Dis project (PIOF-GA-2009-237225).
Since October 2010, the log file of this server is monitored periodically and the tools' usage is mapped below. Better statistics about the usage of these resources are available on this web page.