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Comment: A: Bulk download of gene names NCBI
... Pierre: you're a (bio)star! Thanks a lot.. ...
written 12 weeks ago by T_180
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Comment: C: Bulk download of gene names NCBI
... I feel I'm almost there, but bumped into this error: "biostar273687.xsl:73: parser error : Premature end of data in tag stylesheet line 3 cannot parse biostar273687.xsl" Am I correct that there could be an end tag missing? Should there be " on line 5? ...
written 12 weeks ago by T_180
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Comment: C: Bulk download of gene names NCBI
... I have not found a case where it is only available in the download, the problem is that it is often missing in the download. So the information is available on the gene page (see previous example) but not in the downloaded summary: (Send to> file> summary/ gene feature or any other format): 1 ...
written 12 weeks ago by T_180
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Comment: C: Bulk download of gene names NCBI
... Yes: "For example: I want to download the gene name/identification of “AAR23114.1”, going to the NCBI page of this ID (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/protein/AAR23114.1) I find the gene name below at “CDS” at the second line: “/gene=“cyp6a2”." ...
written 12 weeks ago by T_180
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Bulk download of gene names NCBI
... Dear all, I’m relatively new to harvesting data from NCBI databases, and I am struggling some time with the following task. I try to download gene names based on a list of protein accession IDs (in text file). For example: I want to download the gene name/identification of “AAR23114.1”, going to t ...
e-utilities written 12 weeks ago by T_180 • updated 12 weeks ago by Renesh1.1k
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Answer: A: Solution to extract protein coding genes from nucl seqs
... Hi Michael, Thanks for your quick reply and pointing this out.. Off course! I did not think of splicing. Good to know why I didn't got the results I expected to get. In that way I will first go for the predicted protein sequences, EST's and transcriptome assemblies, with this similar approach. And ...
written 4 months ago by T_180
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Solution to extract protein coding genes from nucl seqs
... Dear all, This question might be seen as an extension of earlier questions (e.g. https://www.biostars.org/p/5801/).. I’m currently facing some problems while screening sequence data (both full assembled genomes and “short” sequences, of e.g ncbi nucleotide database) for presence of gene family mem ...
genome gene protein blast written 4 months ago by T_180

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