Working with annotations

Annotations provide information about specific regions of a sequence.

A typical example is the annotation of a gene on a genomic DNA sequence.

Annotations derive from different sources:

If you would like to extract parts of a sequence (or several sequences) based on its annotations, you can find a description of how to do this in Extract Annotations.

Note! Annotations are included if you export the sequence in GenBank, Swiss-Prot, EMBL or CLC format. When exporting in other formats, annotations are not preserved in the exported file.