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  • LiftOver coordinate conversion question

    Hi,

    I'm trying to use UCSC's "LiftOver" tool to convert human genome coordinates from build 36 to build 37. Some positions and intervals in build 36 were apparently deleted in build 37. How can I find the coordinates of the build 37 positions that would be flanking a particular region/base that was deleted relative to build 36?

    Thanks,
    Rebecca

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    you can extract these DNA regions from build 36 with some flanking then use blat or blast to find their coordinates in build 37.

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    Originally posted by RAS View Post
    Hi,

    I'm trying to use UCSC's "LiftOver" tool to convert human genome coordinates from build 36 to build 37. Some positions and intervals in build 36 were apparently deleted in build 37. How can I find the coordinates of the build 37 positions that would be flanking a particular region/base that was deleted relative to build 36?

    Thanks,
    Rebecca

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