Question: How can i get start and end position of a chromosome from a genome
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21 months ago by
atiqueulalam10
atiqueulalam10 wrote:

i have genome sequence but i determine the start and position of chromosomes in the genome

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 21 months ago by genomax85k • written 21 months ago by atiqueulalam10

Hello and welcome atiqueulalam ,

you should provide more information to your question. Most important you should always show how your input looks like and how your desired output should look like.

I made a wild guess: You are looking for BLAST. You can do this e.g. on UCSC or ensembl.

fin swimmer

ADD REPLYlink written 21 months ago by finswimmer13k
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21 months ago by
genomax85k
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genomax85k wrote:

You are basically looking for the length of the fasta file for each chromosome. You could use one the answers here (Sequence length from Fasta ).

If this is a genome already published then locate its genome page at NCBI/Ensembl. You will have to click through a few links but you can find the assembly report with detailed stats. Here is an example for one of many Mouse genome assemblies.

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