Help@CSB.DB: Types of Genes
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You can get a short description of the types of genes which are allowed for the co-response gene queries by choosing the appropriate category on the list below. Gene Type Information for:
AGI Code: The AGI Code for the gene. Normally two letters 'At' followed by one digit number, the chromosom number, followed by the letter 'g' and by a 5-digit number.
e.g. Select the type AGI code and enter the string At1g01050.
Affymetrix ID: The Affymetrix ProbeName for the gene. Normally a 6-digit number followed by '_' and the letters 'at'. Variants like '_x_at ' are possible.
e.g. Select the type AffymetrixID and enter the string 261579_at.
Sys. Gene Name: The Systematic Gene Name for the gene. Normally three letters 'Y[A-Z][A-Z]' followed by three digit number and by the strand specifier (C,W). Optinal: '-' and one additional letter can be followed. Mitochondrial genes are labeled with 'Q' followed by four digit number.
e.g. Select the type SysGeneName and enter the string YAL001C.
Gene Name: The gene name for the gene. Normally 3(2)-upper case letters followed by digits and optinal capital letter(s).
e.g. Select the type Gene Name and enter the string TFC3.
Blattner ID: The Blattner number for the gene. Normally the letter 'b' followed by a 4-digit number.
e.g. Select the type BlattnerID and enter the string b0006.
SwissProt ID: The SwissProt Accession number for the gene. Normally a letter ('O','P','Q') followed by a 5-digit number.
e.g. Select the type SwissProtID and enter the string P11288.
Gene Name: The current gene name for the gene. Normally 3(2)-lower case letters followed by a capital letter and optinal digits.
e.g. Select the type Gene Name and enter the string yaaA.