[BiO BB] Re: Quickly retrieving cross-referenced records from NCBI

Eugene Bolotin ybolo001 at student.ucr.edu
Wed Dec 13 13:30:25 EST 2006

The quickest way is UCSC table browser, batch retreive. Read up on that.

On 12/12/06, Dale Richardson <dalesan at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> Forgive me for posting, but this question is hard to condense into a
> good google search.  I am wondering if there is a quick way to batch
> retrieve all coding sequences (mRNA sequences) linked to a particular
> NCBI RefSeq Protein identifier.  For example, if I have a list of 10
> sequences with the following protein refseq IDs:
> XP_698519.1
> XP_697978.1
> and so on..
> How can I retrieve the cross-referenced XM_ identifiers for the
> coding sequences based on such protein accessions?  Must one write
> some kind of script to accomplish this or is there a quicker way?
> thanks,
> dale richardson
> university of cologne
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Eugene Bolotin
Ph.D. candidate
Genetics Genomics and Bioinformatics
University of California Riverside
ybolo001 at student.ucr.edu
Dr. Frances Sladek Lab

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