Retrieve gen from protein
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Is the first time I look at proteome, I found a pretty interesting place where I can download a few of the results

http://humanproteinpedia.org/HuPA_Download/MS/00001.txt

Im wondering how I can retrieve the possible gens which can code each protein? Is any easy way to get on excel that information from just the sequence identifier?

Thanks!

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While the following two answers are referring to converting ID's, you want to get the sequence for the proteins or DNA?

BTW: You had to mention excel to get the usual flame war started :-)

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the column $12 looks like an uniprot identfier, use http://www.uniprot.org/uploadlists/ to convert the identifiers

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Thank you so much!!!!!!

Just one question more...

http://humanproteinpedia.org/HuPA_Download/HuPA_Download/MS/00003.txt

In this case dont allow me to use uniprot...any other nice advice? :)))

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Those are GenBank RefSeq ID's. You can use the converter to get UniProt ID's from them.

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C: Reliable Database containing info for Entrez ID's and Entrez Symbols

You can also get information on protein ids -> genenames

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mmm silly biology question about this proteome tables...Im a bit confuse

peptide sequence sequence Identifier

VLAVNQENEQLmEDYEK 4501891 M12#Oxidation

mLDAEDIVGTARPDEK 4501891 M1#Oxidation

GISQEQmNEFR 4501891 M7#Oxidation

mLDAEDIVGTARPDEK 4501891 M1#Oxidation

Different peptide sequence has same IG number, so I get the same protein at uniprot, is that possible?

Thanks

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Possibly, why not. Maybe two parts of the same protein.

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in proteome can go like that? thanks, I didnt knew it

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