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hsa-mir-XXX extraction from a fasta file

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Old 03-19-2012, 04:22 PM
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Default hsa-mir-XXX extraction from a fasta file



hi guys!

i am using Biopython. i got this hairpin.fa file containing all types of miRNAs with id,name and sequences. now i am only interested in the homosapien miRNAs. could someone tell me how to extract them form the file.?

i had wanted to attach the file here but the upload failed. so please go to the link below and download the file "hairpin.fa"

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please help me.i am new in using python and moreover biopython !!
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