eyla4ever | 10 Nov 19:27 2012
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Re: Extracting sequences from Genbank files


hello Brian

i wuold like you to send me your script, i think it can help me to solve a
big problem
and help me to finish my final project.
i hope it will be posible

regards Eyla

BForde wrote:
> 
> Hello,
> 
> I have been modifying a script which extracts all the protein sequences
> from a genbank file and saves them in a multi-fasta file.
> 
> I wish the fasta header to have both the locus_tag of the protein and the
> product. However I cannot get the  product tag to write to the fasta
> header
> 
> this is the relevant section of the script
> 
>  $s->display_id($f->has_tag('locus_tag') ? join(',',sort
> $f->each_tag_value('locus_tag')) :
>                            $f->has_tag('product') ?
> join(',',$f->each_tag_value('product')):
>                            $s->display_id);
> 
> is "product" not an actual tag
> 
> regards
> 
> Brian
> 
> 
> 
> -- 
> Brian Forde
> Microbiology Dept.
> Bioscience Institute. Room 4.11
> University College Cork
> Cork
> Ireland
> tel:+353 21 4901306
> email: b.m.forde <at> umail.ucc.ie
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