Suppose I have a list of genes and I want to find their genomic coordinates. To be specific and to keep things consistent with the rest of my project, I'm using hg38 on the website genome.ucsc.edu. So far, I've been typing one gene symbol at a time into the gene browser and clicking the correct match. This sends me to the gene's page, which shows me the start and end genome coordinates for the gene's transcript and coding region. That's what I'm looking for.
This is a tedious process when I have hundreds of genes to go through, so I was wondering if I can input a list and get out a list instead. I know about the page https://genome.ucsc.edu/cgi-bin/hgTables. As an example, suppose I click "paste list" and just type the following two lines:
Here's a screenshot of the output (click to see full sized image):
I think this page is generally intended to go the opposite direction (genomic coordinates -> genes)?
Edit: Ok, here's an example of what I want. I'd like to just enter the gene symbols and get the transcript and coding regions shown.
CASZ1, Transcript chr1:10,636,604-10,796,646, Coding Region chr1:10,638,942-10,693,889 MTHFR, Transcript chr1:11,785,723-11,805,964, Coding Region chr1:11,790,680-11,803,116 ST7L, Transcript chr1:112,525,883-112,618,928, Coding Region chr1:112,526,013-112,598,043
I obtained these by searching through genome.ucsc.edu one by one manually.