[Bioperl-l] Collecting genomic DNA sequences using Entrez IDs
stefan.kirov at bms.com
Fri Nov 30 10:29:57 EST 2007
Chris Fields wrote:
Bio::SeqIO::entrezgene requires Bio::ASN1::Entrezgene, which is the
low-level parser and is not part of bioperl. There is a circular
dependency- Bio::ASN1::Entrezgene depends on Bio::SeqIO (I think)....
Paul, you can get it from CPAN and this should make
Bio::SeqIO::entrezgene functional for you.
> Bio::DB::EntrezGene and Bio::SeqIO::entrezgene are part of bioperl-
> core (I think they were added prior to the 1.5.1 release, but I'm not
> positive). If possible you should try installing bioperl 1.5.2 or the
> latest code from CVS.
> For directions on installing Bioperl for most OS's go here:
> From CVS:
> On Nov 28, 2007, at 7:20 PM, Paul N. Hengen wrote:
>> I have a number of gene IDs from Entrez and I want to find the
>> start and end locations in the human genome. This seemed simple
>> enough, so I started working through some of the examples for
>> using the EntrezGene module at www.bioperl.org Of course this
>> did not work because the core installation does not include this
>> module. So, I think I have two choices (1) install the module (how?),
>> or (2) find an easier way to get the locations in the human genome.
>> I want to use the locations to grab sequences out of the genome.
>> Can anyone offer advice on this? Thanks.
>> Paul N. Hengen, Ph.D.
>> Hematopoietic Stem Cell and Leukemia Research
>> City of Hope National Medical Center
>> 1500 E. Duarte Road, Duarte, CA 91010 USA
>> mailto:paulhengen at coh.org
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> Christopher Fields
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> Lab of Dr. Robert Switzer
> Dept of Biochemistry
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