|Bio::Tools::Primer::Feature(3pm)||User Contributed Perl Documentation||Bio::Tools::Primer::Feature(3pm)|
Bio::Tools::Primer::Feature - position of a single primer
use Bio::Tools::Primer::Feature; my $pf = Bio::Tools::Primer::Feature->new( -start => $start, -end => $end, -strand => $strand); $pf->attach_seq($seq); # is a SeqFeatureI print "primer starts at ",$pf->start," with sequence ",$pf->seq->seq(),"\n"; # helper functions print "GC percentage ",$pf->gc(),"\n"; print "has inversion of size 4 at ",$pf->inversion(4),"\n";
Primer Features represents one primer in a primer pair. This object is mainly for designing primers, and probably principly used in the primer design system
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