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rdfs:comment The begin position comes always first then the the end position. So for a gene on the reverse complementary strain the begin position is equal to the stop position. We use the same positioning definition as in GenBank and Faldo.
empusa:propertyDefinitions # The begin position comes always first then the the end position. So for a gene on the reverse complementary strain the begin position is equal to the stop position. We use the same positioning definition as in GenBank and Faldo.
begin @:Position;
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The begin position comes always first then the the end position. So for a gene on the reverse complementary strain the begin position is equal to the stop position. We use the same positioning definition as in GenBank and Faldo.
end @:Position;
#* The strand on which it is positioned
strand type::StrandPosition?;
subDomain LocationCore

Properties

property description cardinality type
strand The strand on which it is positioned 0:1 StrandPosition
end The begin position comes always first then the the end position. So for a gene on the reverse complementary strain the begin position is equal to the stop position. We use the same positioning definition as in GenBank and Faldo. 1:1 Position
begin The begin position comes always first then the the end position. So for a gene on the reverse complementary strain the begin position is equal to the stop position. We use the same positioning definition as in GenBank and Faldo. 1:1 Position