I am trying to identify a number of conserved sequences from a known animal like mouse, in another animal in which only the whole genome shotgun is available.
I usually go to NCBI Blast, enter my target query, and set my target whole genome shotgun sequence. BLAST, then get the equivalent sequence of my query in my target animal.
I have only R installed, but never really used it anything. I am wondering if I can get R to do this for me efficiently so I don't have to open like 100 duplicate tabs on chrome and NCBI BLAST manually?