[ensembl-dev] [SPAM] - Re: Quick question RE exons and regulatory regions - Email found in subject
gavin.oliver at almacgroup.com
Tue May 3 13:02:53 BST 2011
Thanks for this!
Is there any sort of distance that is recommended/has been previously
utilized for such purposes?
From: Daniel Sobral [mailto:sobral at ebi.ac.uk]
Sent: 03 May 2011 12:56
To: Oliver, Gavin; dev ensembl
Subject: [SPAM] - Re: [ensembl-dev] Quick question RE exons and
regulatory regions - Email found in subject
At the moment, we cannot associate a regulatory region to a specific
What you can do is get all regulatory regions around a certain distance
of the gene.
Hope that helps,
On 03/05/2011 12:22, Oliver, Gavin wrote:
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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