How to convert gene names to GO term?
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I have a list of bacterial gene names like this:

fau
folA
folM
lpd
gcvP
gcvH
gcvT
thyA
glyA
folD
folD
metF
metH

Now, I want to get the corresponding GO terms of each of these genes. How can I get that? Can anyone please help me?

Thanks, dpc

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Geneontology can assist you but you have to know the organisation name here. DAVID is also a good option.

Previous answers: gene GO ID

Command line: Gene Set Clustering based on Functional annotation (GeneSCF)

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Thanks MSRS for your reply. But, my gene list comes from metagenome. I cannot specifically tell from which orgaism it is coming. What to do in such case?

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Why don't you try MG-RAST for metagenome functional analyses!

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Look MSRS, actually in metagenome a gene comes from a number of different organism. SO, even if I use MGRAST, it will not help me. ALso, I don't have fastq sequences in my hand so that I can run MGRAST.

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How did you find these gene list?

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Hi MSRS, I got this from MetaCyc database. Anyway, Is it possible to somehow get the KO IDs from this list of genes?

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