Difference between revisions of "Located sequence features"

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Located_sequence_feature are terms that represent an extent of sequence and can be described in terms of coordinates. There are 2 kinds of located_sequence_feature; [[region]]s whose extent is >= 1, and [[junction]]s where the exent is 0, implying the location between bases.
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Located_sequence_feature are terms that represent an extent of sequence and can be described in terms of coordinates. There are 2 kinds of located_sequence_feature; [[region]]s whose extent is >= 1, and [[junction]]s where the exent is 0, implying the location between bases. This division was necessary to define terms that refer to a length of bases and those terms that refer only to the boundary between bases.

Latest revision as of 11:52, 9 August 2006

Located_sequence_feature are terms that represent an extent of sequence and can be described in terms of coordinates. There are 2 kinds of located_sequence_feature; regions whose extent is >= 1, and junctions where the exent is 0, implying the location between bases. This division was necessary to define terms that refer to a length of bases and those terms that refer only to the boundary between bases.