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I use fasta file that contain miRNA sequences as query against EST & GSS database in local blastn to search for similarity sequence but the problem I could not manage to change the sequence to miRNA back to check if it pick new sequence that similar to the query sequence. this the result how it look like

ref|NR_030619.1| Homo sapiens microRNA 543 (MIR543), microRNA Length=78

 Score =   145 bits (78),  Expect = 1e-32
 Identities = 78/78 (100%), Gaps = 0/78 (0%)
 Strand=Plus/Plus

Query  1   TACTTAATGAGAAGTTGCCCGTGtttttttCGCTTTATTTGTGACGAAACATTCGCGGTG  60
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Sbjct  1   TACTTAATGAGAAGTTGCCCGTGTTTTTTTCGCTTTATTTGTGACGAAACATTCGCGGTG  60

Query  61  CACTTCTTTTTCAGTATC  78
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Sbjct  61  CACTTCTTTTTCAGTATC  78

anyone have an idea

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Not clear what exactly you are asking. Can you clarify?

If you used known miRNA as a "query" then the "hit" should give you the name of the sequence from the EST/GSS database. What command did you use to run the local blast?

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If you want to play with the blast results, it can be easier use tabular output (-outfmt 6). Hope this help in whatever you want to achieve (not clear for me in your post).

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The command line that I use

blastn -db database file -query my/file (known miRNA) -out result file name .out I am new user of blast so while I use miRNA sequence as query What it sould be the result? is it miRNA that similar to query miRNA?

however I would like to do prediction of miRNA based on the file that obtained from database if it is possible

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anyone have an idea

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