[BiO BB] Exon information
aloraine at gmail.com
Thu Aug 31 18:25:37 EDT 2006
You can get this information using the Table Browser download tool at
the UC Santa Cruz Genome Informatics Web site. It will allow you to
download a data file that gives the genomic coordinates for
mRNA-to-genome alignments. To start, I would recommend you use a
RefSeq data set, since these tend to be full-length sequences and many
have been vetted by expert curators.
To figure out which mRNA accessions go with which genes, you can use
gene2accession, a data file available from the Entrez Gene ftp site.
Of course there may be more direct approaches which other participants
on this list may suggest.
Best of luck,
On 8/31/06, Subhash Agarwal <smagarwal at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi all
> Can anybody let me know how to find, how many exons a human gene has (For
> example NP_001080 present in NCBI) and its coding coordinates.
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