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 The following identifier types are present in the database:

UniProtKB-ACUniProtKB-IDGeneID (EntrezGene)RefSeq
GI numberPDBGO numberIPI
UniRef100UniParcPIRNCBI-taxon
MIMUniGenePubMedEMBL
EMBL-CDSEnsemblEnsembl_TRSEnsembl_PRO

A search is also performed on the sequence descriptor line. Please note the list of available identifiers is not exhaustive as there are so many naming conventions in use. However, hopefully you'll find what you're looking for.

e.g. BRCA1, tafazzin homo sapiens, A0EM47

If you come across what you consider to be clear omissions from the database, please let me know: Harry Powell

 
 
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