I'm using the C++ version of blastn, with -db nt and -remote. I need to limit my search to a specific organism. I've had success using -gilist <file> to do this on searches with a local database, but that option is excluded for remote searches. Should I use a script to filter the search results, like -gilist, or is there an easier way?
Question: Species-Specific Output From Blast -Db Nt -Remote ...
5.9 years ago by
kevin.l.neff • 170
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
kevin.l.neff • 170 wrote:
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3.6 years ago by
chris.mit7 • 60
chris.mit7 • 60 wrote:
Add -entrez_query "Homo Sapiens[Organism]" to your search or whatever organism you want.
blastn -remote -db nr -query stuff_to_search.fasta -entrez_query "Homo Sapiens[Organism]" -evalue 1e-20 -num_alignments 10 > stuff_to_search.blastn
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