These are already in fasta format assuming you added 1,2 before the records.
I did not know how I can edit properly on the question I asked, my bad :), but suppose I have 10 gene IDs, how can I fetch the fasta format?
It will depend on what kind of ID's those are. Can you provide examples?
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What organism do you want to sequences from? e.g. TATE if that is the tatE protein has thousands of sequences in GenBank.
I am working with an E. coli BW25113 strain.
Suppose I have 200 gene IDs, is it possible to extract their fast files simultaneously? Not 1 by 1?
Download the fasta file with the sequences.
Unzip the file
Then use one of the solutions here to pull out genes you need: Extract fasta sequences from a file using a list in another file.
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