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Old 11-14-2010, 09:04 AM   #1
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Default how to extract a sequence from uscs

Hello,
I want to receive the sequence of a specific region in uscs, for example chr 8 region 17888999-34888999. How can I receive the sequece of the desired region via uscs or other database? Thank you!!!
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Go to genome.ucsc.edu and click on "Genome Browser" on the left side navigation bar. Fill in the appropriate information for genome, assembly version and paste in chr8:17888999-34888999 into the position text field. Click on the submit button. It should give you a browser view of the sequence. At the top of the page, choose the DNA link (should be 7th link from the left in the blue navigation bar at the top of the page). Verify the position in the Position textfield. Click on the "get DNA" button and you should receive a fasta entry of the desired sequence.
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Default Thank you!!!

It is exactly what I needed!
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