[Bioperl-l] what are the key features of genbank file recognized by SeqIO?

Barry Moore barry.moore at genetics.utah.edu
Tue Oct 16 19:47:56 EDT 2007


Hi Sheri,

You would need to look at the source code for Bio::SeqIO::genbank.pm  
specifically the next_seq method.  If you let us know what kind of  
errors you're getting, or what data is missing in your seq object  
perhaps we could help you narrow it down.  You could also send one of  
your GenBank style files that isn't working and someone might be  
willing to take a stab at running it.

Barry

On Oct 16, 2007, at 5:15 PM, Sheri Simmons wrote:

> I'm hoping someone can help me with figuring out how to generate  
> genbank files
> from scratch that can be interpreted with SeqIO. The problem is  
> that genbank
> files generated via the artemis program are not recognized by  
> SeqIO, so I am
> attempting to generate SeqIO-compatible genbank files so they can be
> converted to other formats later.
> I produced a file which looks by eye exactly like standard genbank  
> files, but
> which is not recognized by SeqIO. Could anyone tell me or refer me  
> to a
> source that explains the exact format that SeqIO::genbank requires?
> FYI here's a snippet of the file generated by my program:
>
> ########
> LOCUS   Contig2406              66712 bp        dna     linear  UNK
> FEATURES             Location/Qualifiers
>      CDS                 83..1222
>                             /gene="org_2406_0001"
>      CDS                1259..1576
>                            /gene="org_2406_0002"
>      CDS                complement(1830..3284)
>                            /gene="org_2406_0003c"
> (more CDS)
> BASE COUNT      14091 a         19796 c         18841 g          
> 13747 t
> ORIGIN
>         1 gtcgactctg aggatcccct ccttctgaat agaccaacca tttgaagcta  
> acatacacaa
>       61 taagaattct attgcacttg agatgcttcg tctagtagat gcattgcctg  
> ccgatatcaa
> (more sequence)
> ###########
>
> Thanks,
> Sheri
>
> --
> Sheri Simmons
> Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
> University of California, Berkeley
> Berkeley, CA 94720-4767
> http://webfiles.berkeley.edu/~sheris
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