exon intron

Pierre Pontarotti pontaro at infobiogen.fr
Mon Feb 16 11:13:32 EST 1998


Great this is a good idea , but how can I do a data base similarity  
search against
such a library.

Pierre Pontarotti
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On 14 Feb 1998 newsmgr at merrimack.edu wrote:

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> From: stevet at wsu.edu (Steve Thompson)
> Date: Fri, 13 Feb 98 17:11:40 GMT
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> Hi all - regarding the following thread:
> 
> In Article <6bvg6m$2hg at net.bio.net>, Arlin Stoltzfus <arlin at is.dal.ca> wrote:
> >Pierre Pontarotti wrote:
> >> 
> >> Hello I am looking for a data base that show all the genes for which the
> >> exon intron  organization is known
> >
> > . . . .
> >
> >It would be very useful for databases to have obligatory 
> >designations like "complete/partial" and "genomic/other".
> 
> Using NCBI's Entrez (at least the network version) one can search for the
> term "biomol genomic" using the field "Properties" in the nucleotide
> databases.  This is guaranteed to find ONLY those sequences that are from
> genomic DNA, not mRNA/cDNA.  Of course you still gotta look at the entry to
> see the exon/intron structure, if it has one, but at least you're not
> wasting time looking through inappropriate cDNA entries.  Naturally one can
> further restrict this list to any other desired level, such as all genomic
> sequences from mammals or all genomic sequences of some particular gene, etc.
> 
> I am a avid user and proponent of NEntrez - "try it you'll like it!" 
> However, sometimes the server does have problems and the taxonomy indices
> have been corrupted for the last few weeks (even though I did complain to
> NCBI about them) and the new advanced search function in version 6+ is a lot
> less friendly than the old "More Booleans" window . . . .
> 
>                                                 Cheers - Steve
> 
>                                 Steven M. Thompson
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>         Visualization, Analysis & Design in the Molecular Sciences (VADMS)
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