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  • How to retrieve the list of genes in multiple chromosome regions in a single run?

    There are almost 1600 queries to search. Individually searching will consume time and I believe there must be a better way to do this (Where I need help).

    I have understood that I can use genome data viewer and search Chr1:6,628,357-6,638,357 for a single query search and download the track data with the list of genes.

    However, if I have 1600 queries, how to perform a single search using multiple chromosome locations to find the genes residing in those sequence ranges?
    Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    Use Entrezdirect: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK179288/


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