Where To Find Full Gene Sequences [Opposed To Partial Cds] ?
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12.2 years ago

I'm looking for a database where i can find full sequences of a gene that includes the exons, introns, promoters, enhancers, and all the goods . I'm trying Genbank but all i can find is partial CDS and full genomes . in particular, i'm looking for spider-silk protein gene with introns and promoter . . .

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To clarify: it's not the case that there are databases with full, annotated sequences and other databases without. You will find full-length, annotated genes in GenBank (and Entrez Gene) if they exist and you use the correct search terms. Remember, it's always possible that genes from non-model organisms simply don't have much of this information.

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Mary 11k

I don't have time to mine these tonight, but you can have a look here for some leads:

http://sbc.usu.edu/htm/research/presentations/by=category/category=769

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Pasta ★ 1.3k

Why dont you use NCBI keywords like this example:

spider AND silk NOT "partial" NOT "complete genome" AND 50:10000[slen]

More info on Entrez keywords here

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