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How to annotate a list of genes functionally
camon at ebi.ac.uk
Mon Dec 15 04:07:25 PST 2003
Which species are you interested in?
At GOA we produce GO annotation to the proteins in Swiss-Prot/TrEMBL.
At the moment we cover about 60,000 species.
You can download our files from the EBI FTP site accessible via the
GOA home page:
Is there anyway that you can find out the EMBL/DDBJ/GenBank
or Swiss-Prot accession number for your genes? You can also
search GO and GOA via the EBI's sequence retrieval system (SRS).
If you are interested in Yeast I believe SGD have a tool called the
GO Term Finder (finds common GO terms used to describe a group of
Also there is the AmiGO browser (GO Consortium Browser)
where you can search gene product names.
omid gulban wrote:
> I have a list of genes that I would like to assign functional
> annotation to (pathways they are involved in) etc. I don't know how to
> approach this problem. I would appreciate any help you may provide to
> at least set me on the right track.
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