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Comment: C: How to download multiple fasta files from NCBI in linux command line?
... Thank you very much. It was really helpful. ...
written 3 days ago by arriyaz.nstu10
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Comment: C: How to download multiple fasta files from NCBI in linux command line?
... Thank you for detailed explanation. ...
written 3 days ago by arriyaz.nstu10
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How to download multiple fasta files from NCBI in linux command line?
... Hi, I have a text file that contains a list of accession numbers for multiple nucleotide sequences like below: NM_001354644.1 NM_001354643.1 NM_007288.3 NM_001300741.2 I want to use this list containing text file as input and download all fasta file altogether by using the Linux co ...
fasta command line ncbi linux written 4 days ago by arriyaz.nstu10 • updated 4 days ago by Mensur Dlakic9.0k
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Comment: C: How to fetch a nucleotide sequence of a certain CDS from linux terminal by using
... You made my day. Thank you very much. ...
written 9 months ago by arriyaz.nstu10
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Comment: C: How to fetch a nucleotide sequence of a certain CDS from linux terminal by using
... Hi, your code is just amazing. Thank you very much. Is it possible to download the CDS from more than one accession together in a single code? Becuase I have a very long list of accession numbers and I've to download CDS of ORF57 for all of them. ...
written 9 months ago by arriyaz.nstu10
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How to fetch a nucleotide sequence of a certain CDS from linux terminal by using GenBank accession number.
... Let's say, I have two accession numbers **AP017458** & **GQ994935** of a virus's GenBank file. I want to download the nucleotide sequence (CDS) of ORF57 from these accession from Linux terminal. As per as I know **efetch**, **esearch**, etc command line code can be used to download sequence dire ...
gene sequence written 9 months ago by arriyaz.nstu10 • updated 9 months ago by GenoMax96k
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Comment: C: How to extract certain CDS from a GenBank file in linux terminal
... Thank you for your code. I run the code according to your instruction. But, it generating all amino acid sequences for every CDS. But my target is to get DNA sequence of a specific CDS (lets say, ORF4). ...
written 9 months ago by arriyaz.nstu10
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Comment: C: How to extract certain CDS from a GenBank file in linux terminal
... **Okay, according to your suggestion I cut off some portion of these genbank records. Here, there are two genbank record in a single file:** LOCUS MK733608 136382 bp DNA linear VRL 13-MAY-2020 DEFINITION Human gammaherpesvirus 8 strain UNC_KICS010, complete geno ...
written 9 months ago by arriyaz.nstu10
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Comment: C: How to extract certain CDS from a GenBank file in linux terminal
... Here I don't find any option to upload the GenBank file. But it is very long file, so do I just copy-paste it here? ...
written 9 months ago by arriyaz.nstu10
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How to extract certain CDS from a GenBank file in linux terminal
... Hi, I have a large GenBank file that contains multiple records. I got this file after performing BLAST against my query sequence. This .gb file contains all the results (full record in GenBank format for each accession) from the blast search. I want to extract a certain CDS from each record in that ...
gene genome sequence written 9 months ago by arriyaz.nstu10 • updated 7 months ago by brian.fristensky140

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