[Bioperl-l] Hello LocusLink!!!

Lincoln Stein lstein at cshl.edu
Wed Jul 16 13:24:24 EDT 2003

Frankly I don't know if Boulder::LocusLink still works.  I have stopped 
maintaining Boulder::* because it got too frustrating tracking the changes to 

I suggest that you download the raw LocusLink files and use 
Bio::SeqIO::locuslink to parse the data.


On Wednesday 16 July 2003 11:45 am, Line Neil wrote:
> I am trying to understand Boulder::LocusLink because it seams to be the
> module that I need for my second step search: I obtained the accession
> number (ex: NM_...) after submitting my queries to some blast;
>  From them, I would like to obtain the approved name, approved symbol,
> the locus, the Unigene reference, the omim link (something like what is
> given on the blast server L:Locus link informations but every query in
> a table)
> I need help to know if it is the right tool and where I can find some
> more understandable  docs for my newby level!!
> Thanks in advance again!
> Line
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Lincoln D. Stein                           Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
lstein at cshl.org			                  Cold Spring Harbor, NY

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