how to retrieve exons of Human sapien from Genbank

Staffa, Nick (NIH/NIEHS) staffa at niehs.nih.gov
Fri Nov 14 09:45:24 EST 2003

> For known genes and/or sequence for which mRNA exists, the sequence is
> annotated with the exons described in the CDNA record, or the mRNA record
> in the super contig.   Most of the work that you could possibly do to find
> exons, introns et c. has been done for you already, and is annotated in
> the super contig.
> Sometimes genes can be found my finding their homologues in other species
> and using NCBI's blast.

Nick Staffa
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National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
National Institutes of Health
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

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> From: 	yan mingdi
> Sent: 	Saturday, November 8, 2003 5:37 PM
> To: 	genbank at net.bio.net
> Subject: 	how to retrieve exons of Human sapien from Genbank
> =A0
> Hi, there,
> =A0
> Anybody know how to get exons from the nucleotide sequeces of Human sapien
> =
> downloaded from Genbank? My purpose is
> to get the splice juction sites(donor sites and acceptor site).
> Appreciate=
> =A0help form anybody. Thank you.=A0
> =A0
> mingdi
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