[ensembl-dev] Quick question RE exons and regulatory regions

Oliver, Gavin gavin.oliver at almacgroup.com
Tue May 3 12:22:44 BST 2011

Hi all, 


Just wondering - using the relevant APIs is it possible to take a list
of genes, extract all associated exon coordinates and also the
coordinates of associated regulatory regions?


I know the exon bit is ok, but it's the associated regulatory regions
I've never looked at before...







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