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Old 02-28-2017, 02:10 AM   #1
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Default Is there a tool to extract and translate sequences from a genome

Hi All,

I want to extract a lot of sequences from a reference genome I have a detailed file with co-ordinated for the genes. I want to extract and translate these sequences. Something like Bedtools getfasta, but will use the additional information in my file to make life easier. My data looks as in file attachment.

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Has passed enough time, but I'm wondering how your project is progressing?
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Old 03-15-2021, 01:19 PM   #3
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I have always been interested in the genome, so I tried to learn Latin as well as possible. But lately, I have been working with medical documents in English, and I feel a lack of English knowledge. Luckily, a friend of mine suggested checking out this ranking of healthcare translators - and I've already highlighted my favorites. I think this is a good solution.
So that's why my bam files look like garbled nonsense when I open them in a text editor. They are in Latin! If only I'd been more cultured my research could have gone much faster if I could read the files instead of using all these CLI programs to translate them to genome.

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I have always been interested in the genome, so I tried to learn Latin as well as possible. But lately, I have been working with medical documents in English, and I feel a lack of English knowledge. Luckily, a friend of mine suggested checking out this ranking of healthcare translators - https://isaccurate.com/healthcare-translation-services and I've already highlighted my favorites. I think this is a good solution.

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