[BiO BB] Exon information

Ryan Golhar golharam at umdnj.edu
Thu Aug 31 21:48:22 EDT 2006

Entrez Gene should have this information.  If it doesn't then the
simpliest way is to map to protein to the genome using Splign.
Basically, obtain the CDS for the protein, and align the CDS to the
genome using Splign.  Splign will determine the location of the exons.
You can use this information to extract the coordinates or number of

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Subject: [BiO BB] Exon information

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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