Harvard:Biophysics 101/2007/Notebook:Keller Rinaudo/2007-2-6

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#!/usr/bin/env python

from Bio import GenBank, Seq

# We can create a GenBank object that will parse a raw record
# This facilitates extracting specific information from the sequences
record_parser = GenBank.FeatureParser()

# NCBIDictionary is an interface to Genbank
ncbi_dict = GenBank.NCBIDictionary('nucleotide', 'genbank', parser = record_parser)

# If you pass NCBIDictionary a GenBank id, it will download that record
parsed_record = ncbi_dict['114356786']

print "GenBank id:", parsed_record.id

# Extract the sequence from the parsed_record
s = parsed_record.seq.tostring()
print "total sequence length:", len(s)

max_repeat = 9

print "method 1"
for i in range(max_repeat):
    substr = ''.join(['T' for n in range(i+1)])
    print substr, s.count(substr)

print "\nmethod 2"
for i in range(max_repeat):
    substr = ''.join(['T' for n in range(i+1)])
    count = 0
    pos = s.find(substr,0)
    while not pos == -1:
        count = count + 1
        pos = s.find(substr,pos+1)
    print substr, count


# The translated protein sequence and its length
print '=' * 70
print "This is the full protein sequence:"
print '=' * 70
print s
print "The sequence is %i base pairs long" % len(s)

# Creating a new dictionary w/o parser
print '=' * 70
print "Please see below for the raw Genbank record in its entirety"
print '=' * 70
ncbi_dict_new = GenBank.NCBIDictionary('nucleotide', 'genbank')
raw_record = ncbi_dict_new ['114356786']
print raw_record
print '=' * 70

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