Question: How To Go From Ncbi Blast Results To Go Term Id'S Fo Gene Ontology
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5.8 years ago by
Samantha0
Samantha0 wrote:

I have currently completed the blasting and annotation of a large data file consisting of de novo aligned Illumina sequencing reads. However the annotation file only gives me the gene name, the p-value, the contig number, and the NCBI Accession ID. The organism is a freshwater mussel, so not a commonly annotated organism.

My question is if there is a converter that can take those accession ID's and change them to GO ID's so I can create Gene Ontology figures to summarize the various biological processes these genes represent. I have tried various programs like DAVID and BIOMART but they seem to require that my gene accession list be of one specific type or I have to choose a model organism to convert with. I am getting errors left and right.

Am I missing something simple? Any help would be appreciated.

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ADD COMMENTlink modified 5.8 years ago by chefer290 • written 5.8 years ago by Samantha0

You can directly upload the .annot file onto blast2go suite (gui) and there are options to make summary figures. You can also convert your .annot file to wego format and then upload your wego formatted file into http://wego.genomics.org.cn to generate figure related to classification of transcripts into different GO functional categories. Hope this helps.....

Thanks Upendra

ADD REPLYlink written 5.8 years ago by upendrakumar.devisetty360
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5.8 years ago by
chefer290
Pretoria, ZA
chefer290 wrote:

You can try to use Blast2GO to annotate your gene list with GO terms. If I remember correctly you can upload a xml file with your blast results and it will perform GO annotations on your dataset.

ADD COMMENTlink modified 5.8 years ago • written 5.8 years ago by chefer290
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