Gene IDs | Genomic Sequence IDs | EST IDs | Popset Isolate IDs | ORF IDs
Note : Valid formats of specified Genomic Sequence IDs are :
'ID' for full sequence,
'ID:start..end' for sequence from start to end,
'ID:start..end:r' for sequence from start to end, reverse-complemented.
Types of sequences:
|protein||the predicted translation of the gene|
|CDS||the coding sequence, excluding UTRs (introns spliced out)|
|transcript||the processed transcript, including UTRs (introns spliced out)|
|genomic||a region of the genome. Genomic sequence is always returned from 5' to 3', on the proper strand|
|relative to sequence start||to retrieve, eg, the 100 bp upstream genomic region, use "begin at start - 100 end at start - 1".|
|relative to sequence stop||to retrieve, eg, the last 10 bp of a sequence, use "begin at stop - 9 end at stop + 0".|
|relative to sequence start and stop||to retrieve, eg, a CDS with the first and last 10 basepairs excised, use: "begin at start + 10 end at stop - 10".|
Note: If UTRs have not been annotated for a gene, then choosing "transcription start" may have the same effect as choosing "translation start."