[BioC] from using biomaRt and r10kcod

Weiwei Shi helprhelp at gmail.com
Mon May 14 23:36:01 CEST 2007

502674 is human gene id, I think. Then the source that put it into
human gene id is from r10kcod?


my last question is,
I found many2many maps and searched one case, which turns out to be
assocated with protein quaternery structure. I am wondering if there
are other cases causing this many2many. From Jim's answer, similarity
definately is one of them.



On 5/14/07, James W. MacDonald <jmacdon at med.umich.edu> wrote:
> James W. MacDonald wrote:
> > I think you might have become confused if you did a bunch of queries,
> > and thought that 502674 came up as Rattus norvegicus instead of Homo
> > sapiens on NCBI.
> Ack. Make that '502674 came up as Homo sapiens instead of Rattus
> norvegicus'.
> Best,
> Jim
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