[BiO BB] how to find gene neighbours
pankaj at nii.res.in
Thu Feb 2 01:17:44 EST 2006
I have gi numbers of homologous proteins from different organisms (some of
which may be sequenced and some may not be....i dont know!). I want to know
how to find gene neighbours and then automate the script to find gene
neighbours for all the gi numbers that I have.
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From: govind mk <mkgovindis at yahoo.com>
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Sent: Wed, 1 Feb 2006 18:46:31 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: [BiO BB] how to find gene neighbours
> 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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