[BiO BB] extract regions from chomosome
Dr. Christoph Gille
christoph.gille at charite.de
Wed Apr 20 10:28:58 EDT 2005
this is really very kind.
We got a solution ourselfs:
In the web brwoser lynx you can add post data at the command line.
Thus we can contact the ensembl server.
tahnks for your kind offer.
> Does this problem is still actual? I think I can write a simple plugin
> that will extract series of subsequencies from a given file just as a
> programming exercise.
> AFAIK each human chromosome is presented as set of confings. Do you
> have per contig coordinates? How your list is looks like?
> Mikhail Fursov.
> On 4/14/05, Mikhail Fursov <mike.fursov at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I know the simple but not efficient way to extract a subsequence from
>> whole sequence. We use GenomeBrowser (http://genome.unipro.ru) (trial is
>> fully functional) Thw sequence of actions: load your genome -> choose
>> select region option -> select region you need -> save selection to
>> fasta or just copy it to clipboard.
>> On 4/14/05, Dr. Christoph Gille <christoph.gille at charite.de> wrote:
>>> I have a list of start positions and end postitions of human
>>> chromosoms and would like to extract the respective nt-sequences.
>>> It is a list of about 200 entries.
>>> Does anybody know an efficient way ?
>>> Bioinformatics.Org general forum -
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