[Bioperl-l] Handling miRNA's

Brian Osborne osborne1 at optonline.net
Tue Feb 7 12:05:56 EST 2006


If the sequence information is in one of the formats that Bioperl
understands (Genbank, Swissprot flat, and so on) then the answer is yes.
This assumes that the details on sequence that you mentioned are found in
some sequence feature section in the file. But it looks to me like there's
no specialized parser for miRNA sequence per se, I'll be corrected if I'm

Brian O.

On 2/6/06 12:17 PM, "barry.m.dancis at gsk.com" <barry.m.dancis at gsk.com> wrote:

> Hi --
>         Are there any classes for manipulating miRNA's with functions such
> as parsing the name, storing and interlinking pri/pre/mat sequences, etc?
> Thanks,
> Barry
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