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Old 02-09-2014, 04:09 PM   #1
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Hi,

I'm using Artemis for annotated a little genome fragment (50 kb). I can save my sequence in gbk and my ORFs in other gbk file, but is this possible to have a complete .gbk (sequence + ORFs)?

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Yes, assuming I understood. A single GenBank file (or EMBL file) can contain multiple records (although only one is typical) and each record can hold a feature table AND the genome sequence.
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But, is it possible with Artemis to have a single file that contains both (sequence and annotations)?
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