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NanDeSyn: Nannochloropsis Design & Synthesis Initiative
Together creating a "Scalable Photosynthetic Yeast" chassis.
N. oceanica IMET1
N. oceanica CCMP1779
N. gaditana B-31
N. salina CCMP1776
The Free Genes Project
Use this form to retrieve sequences in FASTA format.
The organism's genus. If specified, features for all organism with this genus will be retrieved.
The organism's species name. If specified, features for all organisms with this species will be retrieved. Please first select a genus
The type of feature to retrieve (e.g. mRNA). All features that match this type will be retrieved.
You can limit sequences by the analyses to which it was derived or was used. If specified, only features associated with the specific analysis will be retrieved.
The names of the features to retrieve. Separate each with a new line or comma. Leave blank to retrieve all features matching other criteria.
A numeric value specifying the number of upstream bases to include. Only works if the feature is aligned to a larger sequence.
A numeric value specifying the number of downstream bases to incldue. Only works if the feature is aligned to a larger sequence.
Check this box to retrieve the sequence from the parent in an alignment rather than the feature itself. This is useful if the same feature is aligned to multiple parents and you would like to retrieve the underlying sequence from each parent.
Check this box to aggregate sub features into a single sequence. This is useful, for example, for obtaining CDS sequence from an mRNA. Rather than retrieve the mRNA sequence, the sub features of the mRNA will be aggregated and that will be returned.
Types to aggregate
Set this argument to the type of children to aggregate. This is useful in the case where a gene has exons, CDSs and UTRs. In this case, you may only want to aggregate CDSs and exclude exons. If you want to aggregate both CDSs and UTRs you could specify both. Please place each type on a new line.