I have a bunch of sequenes and i want to get their Uniprot accession number.
Is there any way to do them automatically rather than doing them one by one?
Not if you only have sequences. You would have to do BLAST @Uniprot to first identify what they are to get that information.
@genomax I thought so, is there any automatic way to do the blast for a bunch of protein in your opinion ? I googled it already but the stuff did not lead me to anything
You could download uniprot sequences and then create a blast index locally to search against. I am not sure if NCBI command line blastp --remote allows you to search against Uniprot db (called swissprot) that is present in web version? That would be another option.
Hey if you have a set of amino acid sequences you can copy them on Uniprot- Peptide search, each sequence separated by line, also identify the species you are investigating, and you will retrieve their names, Uniprot id.
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