[BiO BB] how to find gene neighbours

govind mk mkgovindis at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 1 21:46:31 EST 2006

  I think NCBI's map viewer can elp you find neighbouring genes ..... 
  Are u looking for an algorithm or just want to map you genes on to genomes and identify their neighbours

Iddo Friedberg <idoerg at gmail.com> wrote:
  Generally, you can do that by going to the genomic database of choice 
for your particular organism. As you have not mentioned which organism 
those genes are form, it is rather hard to make a recommendation. 
Ensembl, www.fruitfly.org, yeastgenome.org are examples of such 
databases for Eukaryotic models.

A list for bacterial projects is available from :




Pankaj wrote:

>Hi Everybody,
>I have a few gi numbers. I want to find the their neighbouring genes. How can
>I do that?
>Thanking all in advance
>Pankaj Khurana
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