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The process of attaching contextual information to a biomolecular (DNA, RNA, or protein) sequence, such as the location of genes, promoters, or repeats in genomic DNA, or the function of a protein.

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I would run them through the Ensembl VEP, which will tell you which genes they hit and the effect they have on them. Then I would filter by consequence "mature_miRNA_variant", which will find you all …
answered Jul 23 '18 by Emily_Ensembl
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BioMart. Filter by your list of genes and a GO term linked to acetyl transferase activity.
answered Apr 3 '18 by Emily_Ensembl
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It will add the VEP annotation to the INFO column, and keep all the stuff you already have there. …
answered May 1 '18 by Emily_Ensembl
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Those IDs are elderly! Ensembl 54 was 2009! I would recommend using BioMart combined with the ID history converter. The ID history converter will convert old IDs to new, and BioMart will convert ENSP …
answered Feb 4 '20 by Emily_Ensembl
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These are genes on the patches and haplotypes. Patches are repairs in the genome, where they have discovered the sequence or assembly is incorrect, so there is an alternative sequence that is created …
answered Nov 24 '21 by Emily_Ensembl
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Description of how to use biomaRt here. Filter by your list of gene IDs. Get the descriptions etc as attributes. Eg: > library(biomaRt) > ensembl = useEnsembl(biomart="ensembl", dataset="hsapiens_gen …
answered Oct 16 '17 by Emily_Ensembl