[ensembl-dev] help to retrieve the genomic sequence for 28S rRNA

Nathan Johnson njohnson at ebi.ac.uk
Wed May 4 13:05:14 BST 2011

Hi Bin

It seems the 28S subunit is not indexed well as a protein annotation. What I think you are looking for is the MRPS genes. They are clustered in various locations across several chromosomes.


Look in the protein family view for evidence.



On 29 Apr 2011, at 23:38, Liu,Bin wrote:

> Hi,
>                 I was trying to retrieve the chromosome location of 28S rRNA from Human and Mouse genome. It was surprised that I couldn't find it.
> I wonder if the 28S rRNA was annotated in both of the genomes although 28S rRNA is the well known non-coding RNA. Thanks for the help.
> Bin Liu, Ph.D.
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