[BiO BB] RefSeq Accession Numbers
nikbakht at ibb.ut.ac.ir
Fri Jun 16 16:38:00 EDT 2006
It seems it works but I should check it along my accession numbers.
Thak you for your care,
Hamid( Behnam )Nikbakht,
M.Sc of Cell and Molecular Sciences
Laboratory of Biophysics and Molecular Biology
Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics
University of Tehran
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From: pmr at ebi.ac.uk
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Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2006 21:55:53 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Re: [BiO BB] RefSeq Accession Numbers
> Hi Hamid,
> > I tried this :
> > but this error has been shown:
> > Error:No Entries found
> > when I remove the last part (>uniprot)
> > it retrieves the result for AP_000714.
> > but for your accession number:uniprot-acc:P13569 the reverse
> > NP_000483 and when I try:
> > I get the result ... It is strange!
> Interesting ... it depends on how the links are built. One weakness in
> is that there is only one default path for links, but you can also make
> them explicit.
> I may have been wrong in assuming links will go through UniParc. We had
> example last year where we found links - not at EBI but at another SRS
> server - between Genbank and RefSeq defaulted to going through the
> taxonomy database (start with one human gene, find them all!!!)
> I suspect in this case the route is not through UniParc. It could be
> entrezgene or IPI, both of which fail for your entry. We can check and
> maybe find a better preferred link that will include bacterial
> You can force the route through UniParc with an extra redirect:
> (If email mangles that, I added ">uniparc" before ">uniprot" in your
> refseq to uniprot link).
> You can also just link to UniParc and choose your own links.
> Hope that helps,
> Peter Rice
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