Different Analysis From Interproscan Report Different Go Id On Same Protein
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10.2 years ago
Xingyu Yang ▴ 280

Hi, I run interproscan on a set of proteins. However, the results are really confusing.

Here's an example:

NM07149_Contig56_3B_G940        PANTHER protein_match   3       458    .       +       .       Name=PTHR11444:SF3;Target=NM07149_Contig56_3B_G 940 3 458;status=T;ID=match$4_3_458;Ontology_term="GO:0004056","GO:0042450";date=23-03-2014;Dbxref="InterPro:IPR009049","KEGG:00250+4.3.2.1","K EGG:00330+4.3.2.1","MetaCyc:PWY-4983","MetaCyc:PWY-4984","MetaCyc:PWY-5","MetaCyc:PWY-5154","UniPathway:UPA00068"

NM07149_Contig56_3B_G940        SUPERFAMILY     protein_match   6      457     .       +       .       Name=SSF48557;Target=NM07149_Contig56_3 B_G940 6 457;status=T;ID=match$5_6_457;Ontology_term="GO:0003824";date=23-03-2014;Dbxref="InterPro:IPR008948"

The sample region annotated by PANTHER report an Ontology_term of 0004056 and 0042450 while SUPERFAMILY report 0003824. How to know which is the correct one? Or any other meaning of the results?

Thanks!

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10.1 years ago
Xingyu Yang ▴ 280

No one help me so I have to solve it myself. I notice in some results, one gene can have multiple coresponding GO ids.

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