Bugs and concrete feature requests may also be filed directly in the GitHub issue tracker.
If you are a regular user of the Mutalyzer webservices or are maintaining your own Mutalyzer installation, consider subscribing to the Mutalyzer Announcements mailing list. This is a low-volume mailing list for announcing updates to Mutalyzer and its infrastructure.
If you have a private question or a security related issue to discuss, please use the private address email@example.com.
Contributions to Mutalyzer are very welcome! They can be feature requests, bug reports, bug fixes, unit tests, documentation updates, or anything els you may come up with.
Development of Mutalyzer happens on GitHub: github.com/mutalyzer/mutalyzer
If you're interested in running your own Mutalyzer installation, please have a look at our Mutalyzer Ansible role for a completely automated deployment.
Mutalyzer 2.0.26 is designed and developed by Jeroen F.J. Laros, with the following exceptions:
Furthermore we would like to thank the following people for their valuable work on previous versions that acted as a guideline for the development of the current version:
Specifications are given by Peter E.M. Taschner and Johan T. den Dunnen.
Since references to WWW-sites are not yet acknowledged as citations, please mention "Wildeman M et al. (2008). Improving sequence variant descriptions in mutation databases and literature using the Mutalyzer sequence variation nomenclature checker. Hum Mutat 29, 6-13" (direct link) when referring to these pages.
The Description Extractor is described separately in "Vis JK et al. (2015). An efficient algorithm for the extraction of HGVS variant descriptions from sequences. Bioinformatics, 2015 Dec 1;31(23):3751-7" (direct link).
We thank the following organisations for their contribution to the development of Mutalyzer.
We keep simple counters for the use of the various Mutalyzer services, broken down by interface.
|Service||Interface||Total (all interfaces)|
|Total (all services)||9,984,166||150,308,537||208,324,181||368,616,884|