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Where can you get the sequence of one exon of a gene?


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#1 Gu_Margaret

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Posted 14 January 2010 - 05:54 AM

Where can you get the sequence of one exon of a gene?
Get the sequence of one exon of a gene, without counting the nucleotides.

The answer is the exon/intron search at www.mybioinfo.info

For example:
http://www.mybioinfo..._id=GeneID:7127

The exon and intron sequences are seperated clearly.

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Posted 22 January 2010 - 05:15 PM

Where can you get the sequence of one exon of a gene?
Get the sequence of one exon of a gene, without counting the nucleotides.

The answer is the exon/intron search at www.mybioinfo.info

For example:
http://www.mybioinfo..._id=GeneID:7127

The exon and intron sequences are seperated clearly.

I don't think I understood your question, you want the exon without the intron? Is it to design a primer (working with cDNAs)?

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Posted 23 January 2010 - 02:48 AM

Where can you get the sequence of one exon of a gene?
Get the sequence of one exon of a gene, without counting the nucleotides.

The answer is the exon/intron search at www.mybioinfo.info

For example:
http://www.mybioinfo..._id=GeneID:7127

The exon and intron sequences are seperated clearly.

I don't think I understood your question, you want the exon without the intron? Is it to design a primer (working with cDNAs)?


Ensembl and NCBI are better.

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Posted 24 January 2010 - 03:15 PM

Try BLAT, there is a section on there if you plug in your sequence and organism, that should give you the exon/introns




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