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How to export complete inton sequence from human genome?

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Question How to export complete inton sequence from human genome?



I am undertaking an investigation for which I need to download the complete Human Genome Intron sequences only.

can you please suggest me a way how can I export all the Human genome Intron sequences all at once.

Without complete Intron sequence, I cannot proceed with my investigation. Please help.

Waiting for your response.

Thanking you

Mr.Vijeth Kumar Katapadi
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Dept. of Biochemistry
Indian Institute of Science, India.
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Hi welcome,
I would look into the Exon and Intron databases to get a good dataset.

Since these are updated quite often, you may want to ask which set and how complete you want specifically.
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Hi welcome,
I would look into the Exon and Intron databases to get a good dataset.

Since these are updated quite often, you may want to ask which set and how complete you want specifically.
Can you guide me how do i access Exon and Intron database.
Can you give me the link?

I want complete intron sequence of human genome. But I am not getting database where i could download them. please help.
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Default Re: How to export complete inton sequence from human genome?

If you have a complete genome sequence locally you can write the following workflow schema in UGENE in 3-5 minutes and reuse it in the future multiple times.

1) Load all files from the folder with data. UGENE will automatically detect files format.
2) Pass the results of 1) to 'extract sequence by annotation' element
3) write the resulted sequences into a file

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