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Batch Gene Finder

What the Batch Gene Finder Can Do

The Batch Gene Finder allows you to submit a list of gene symbols, UniGene clusters, accession numbers, protein accession number, UniProt (SwissProt) protein accessions, UniProt (SwissProt) protein identifiers (like "ACTB_HUMAN"), Entred Gene numbers, Entrez Gene numbers, Ensembl Gene identifier, Ensembl Accession identifier or Ensembl protein identifier and retrieve a list of genes that correspond to each identifier.

Use the Batch Gene Finder

1. Prepare a text file containing the list of gene symbols, UniGene clusters, accession numbers, protein accestion number, UniProt (SwissProt) protein accessions, UniProt (SwissProt) protein identifiers (like "ACTB_HUMAN"), Entrez Gene numbers, Ensembl Gene identifier, Ensembl Accession identifier or Ensembl protein identifier.
Enter the name of the file containing the list of identifiers or use the "Browse" button to locate the file in a local directory.

Select the organism which corresponds to ALL of your identifiers.

Click "Create Gene List" button.

File Format

  • Do NOT mix Hs. and Mm. numbers in one file.
  • Identifiers may not contain wildcard characters (e.g. '*', '?').
  • The text file must list the identifiers in a vertical column like this:
    ABL1
    NM_002750
    7157
    NP_005974
    MDM2
    1111
    P78499
    ACTB_HUMAN
    672
    Hs.80409
    NM_000389
    Q01094
    NM_005427
    Hs.435561
    ENSG00000171428
    ENST00000286479
    ENSP00000286479
    NG_012188