How to get multiFASTA file for my list of microRNAs?

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How to get multiFASTA file for my list of microRNAs?

Post by Margaret2009 » Wed Sep 30, 2009 1:49 am

I have a list of microRNA s that I am interested in. How can I get the multiFASTA file for them, without search and copy paste them one by one?


Answer:
http://www.mybioinfo.info
This website allows you to search and compile your list of microRNA. Then, you can download mutiFASTA at once.

The same for mRNAs and proteins.

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Post by RichardOlsen » Wed Sep 30, 2009 12:59 pm

A website allows you to search multiple microRNA accession numbers at once. The output is in tabular format with links to fasta files.

When you click "Add to My List", then click "View My Genes in a table" link on the top, you can see all the microRNAs you have added in you list and download multiFASTA file there.
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