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NAME

       Bio::Tools::SiRNA::Ruleset::tuschl - Perl object implementing the tuschl group's rules for
       designing small inhibitory RNAs

SYNOPSIS

       Do not use this module directly.  Instead, use Bio::Tools::SiRNA and specify the tuschl
       ruleset:

         use Bio::Tools::SiRNA;

         my $sirna_designer = Bio::Tools::SiRNA->new( -target => $bio_seq,
                                                      -rules  => 'tuschl'
           );
         my @pairs = $sirna_designer->design;

         foreach $pair (@pairs) {
             my $sense_oligo_sequence = $pair->sense->seq;
             my $antisense_oligo_sequence = $pair->antisense->seq;

             # print out results
             print join ("\t", $pair->start, $pair->end, $pair->rank,
                         $sense_oligo_sequence, $antisense_oligo_sequence), "\n";
         }

DESCRIPTION

       This package implements the rules for designing siRNA reagents developed by Tuschl and
       colleagues (see http://www.rockefeller.edu/labheads/tuschl/sirna.html). It looks for
       oligos that match the following patterns in the target sequence:

         1. AA(N19)TT (rank 1)
         2. AA(N21) (rank 2)
         3. NA(N21) (rank 3)

       The package also supports selection of siRNA seqences that can be transcribed by pol3:

           A[A,G]N17[C,T]

SEE ALSO

       Bio::Tools::SiRNA, Bio::SeqFeature::SiRNA::Pair, Bio::SeqFeature::SiRNA::Oligo.

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AUTHOR

       Donald Jackson (donald.jackson@bms.com)

APPENDIX

       The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods.  Internal methods are
       usually preceded with a _

   new
         Title : new
         Usage : Do not call directly - use Bio::Tools::SiRNA->new instead.
         Returns : Bio::Tools::SiRNA::Ruleset::saigo object
         Args  : none