You can select parts of a sequence:
Click Selection () in Toolbar | Press and hold down the mouse button on the sequence where you want the selection to start | move the mouse to the end of the selection while holding the button | release the mouse button
Alternatively, you can search for a specific interval using the find function described in Find.
If you have made a selection and wish to adjust it:
drag the edge of the selection (you can see the mouse cursor change to a horizontal arrow
or press and hold the Shift key while using the right and left arrow keys to adjust the right side of the selection.
If you wish to select the entire sequence:
double-click the sequence name to the left
You can select non-contiguous parts of sequence by holding down the Ctrl button while making selections. Holding down the Shift button lets you extend or reduce an existing selection to the position you clicked.
right-click the annotation | Select annotation
or double-click the annotation
double-click the sequence between the two restriction sites
right-click the selection | Open selection in New View ()
This opens the annotated part of the sequence in a new view. The new sequence can be saved by dragging the tab of the sequence view into the Navigation Area.
right-click the tab of the new sequence | Toolbox | Classical Sequence Analysis () | Nucleotide Analysis ()| Translate to Protein ()
A selection can also be copied to the clipboard and pasted into another program:
make a selection | Ctrl + C ( + C on Mac)
Note! The annotations covering the selection will not be copied.
A selection of a sequence can be edited as described in Editing the sequence.