Question: Downloading conserved untranscribed sequences of multiple species
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6 months ago by
max.rempel20 wrote:

I need to download about 1kb conserved noncoding region for say 20-100 species. Say I have a conserved region, 1kb long http://bit.ly/30VvnAp I need this to produce an alignment of the sequences, pretty much like that
http://bit.ly/2W1sWZy For that, I need to download the sequences from multiple species for this region which were used to measure this conservation. Once the sequences are downloaded, I know how to align them, but I need to figure out how to download the sequences for a small 1kb region. I found a way to download the whole dataset, but it is huge, I don't have capacities to work with such large regions, I work on a windows laptop and can not program. I am using web tools, JalView and Ugen to do my research. In summary, I need to download about 1kb in time for say 20-100 species.

Could you recommend an online tool that would allow such a download?

ADD COMMENTlink written 6 months ago by max.rempel20

Have you looked at existing databases that have these type of sequences for multiple species :
https://www.ultraconserved.org/
https://cega.ezlab.org/
https://ecrbrowser.dcode.org/
https://ccg.epfl.ch/UCNEbase/

ADD REPLYlink modified 6 months ago • written 6 months ago by genomax75k
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