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VcfCodingSnps

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uint[exonCount] exonEnds; "Exon end positions"
string symbol; "Standard gene symbol"
 
Note: the 11th field is a mandatory field for running vcfCodingSnps. In the genelists provided with the package, this field gives the standard gene symbols such as "APOE", "LDL-R" etc. If a genelist downloaded by you own that does not contain such a field, you can simply make the 11th field equal to the first field which is the gene name in a specific track by a syntax like
  awk `{FS="\t"; print $0"\t"$1 }` yourGenelist > yourNewGenelist  
2. If gene file assumes an [http://genome.ucsc.edu/FAQ/FAQformat#format9 extended GenePred format], there will be an exctra "exonframe" field. Please refer to [https://lists.soe.ucsc.edu/pipermail/genome/2006-November/012218.html here] for the definition of "exonframe". For some genes, due to translational frame shifts or other
reasons, the exonframe might not match what one would compute using mod 3 in counting codons. In such cases, the program will report a warning massage that "number of base pairs between code start and code end is
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