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I have the sequencing data of a Monkeypox virus sample. I have the list of variants extracted from Nextclade and I want to find the corresponding aminoacids substitution. For example I have the variant C1092T (nucleotide annotation) and I want to automatically convert it into OPG001:D162N (aminoacid annotation).

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Neither C1092T nor OPG001:D162N seem to follow HGVS conventions. You could try to convert them to HGVS nomenclature standards then use modules such as hgvs to get amino acid changes from nucleotide changes. You will need reference sequence identifiers though, so it might be easier to go from chromosomal level changes to AA changes, as cDNA changes depend on the transcript (which may or may not be an issue with viral transcripts).

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