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  • dpolychr
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    thank you all for your help

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  • dvanic
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    UCSC table browser. If you go to UCSC and click on tables, and then use all regions that have no overlap with refseq as a custom track, followed by further intersecting that track to have no overlap with repeat masker you will get what you want in a matter of minutes, no command line required.
    Hope this helps

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  • swbarnes2
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    You could try making a .bed file of the full genome, and maybe intersectBed -v from BEDTools would return what you wanted.

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  • dpolychr
    started a topic Noncoding human genome (hg19)

    Noncoding human genome (hg19)

    Hi all,

    I would like to download in BED the coordinates of the noncoding human genome. I was thinking to exclude Refseq genes and repetitive elements and then take what is left but how can I do that?Only the .fa files are available and I need the chromosomal coordinates

    Any suggestions would be really helpful
    Dimitris

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