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The operations common to various search functions are explained here.
Counts the number of feature keys registered in the main current array and displays a list.
Several features to be searched can be selected, and the search range can be limited.
On the search result screen, buttons for feature key number, position on array, base length, gene name, base sequence, button to annotation to descriptions are listed.
In CDS, it is possible to perform operations such as selection of amino acid sequence, + chain strand only, collective deletion, codon table, serial number addition, Fusion PCR.
When you click a line, the main feature map shows the location of that feature.
File output in CSV / FastA / GenBank format is possible.
By simply loading the genomic base sequence into the reference genome map, a database for Blast search is automatically created and homology search (Blast) search for that database can be easily performed.
For homology search, it is necessary to specify the query sequence and sequence database and search program.
A homology search is performed using the entered sequence on the genome sequence displayed on the main feature map.
Homology search is performed in bacth and mass with all the features present in the designated genomic region as query sequences.
Please refer to restriction enzyme treatment.