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KEGG Data Source

Vallejos, Andrew

Problem while loading item identifier 4_14 because

Merging two distinct objects from the same data source (ensembl-human): Gene:50237015 (in database) and Gene:50237252 (in database)

 

production-scmine=# select primaryidentifier, ncbigenenumber from gene where id

IN ('50237015', '50237252');

 primaryidentifier | ncbigenenumber

-------------------+----------------

 ENSG00000168970   | 100137049

 ENSG00000243708   | 100137049

 

How do I resolve that two genes have the same Gene Number?

 

Andrew

 

 

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Medical College of Wisconsin

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Vallejos, Andrew

I was browsing through the Ensembl data via BioMart, and I think this may be an bug/feature of the data.

 

BioMart lists two Entrez Gene IDs for ENSG00000168970 (referred to as E70 from now on): 8681 and 100137049.  Looking them up in Entrez Gene 8681 has the same name as E70 and 100137149 has the same name as E08.  

 

The problem is that…

Note: This geneID was previously used to represent the PLA2G4B locus; however, it is now believed that this gene represents a set of read-through transcripts from the upstream JmjC-domain containing gene (geneID: 100137047) into the separate PLA2G4B gene. Consequently, PLA2G4B is now represented by geneID:100137049. [14 Feb 2008]

 


From: Vallejos, Andrew
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 3:32 PM
To: Intermine
Subject: KEGG Data Source

 

Problem while loading item identifier 4_14 because

Merging two distinct objects from the same data source (ensembl-human): Gene:50237015 (in database) and Gene:50237252 (in database)

 

production-scmine=# select primaryidentifier, ncbigenenumber from gene where id

IN ('50237015', '50237252');

 primaryidentifier | ncbigenenumber

-------------------+----------------

 ENSG00000168970   | 100137049

 ENSG00000243708   | 100137049

 

How do I resolve that two genes have the same Gene Number?

 

Andrew

 

 

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Andrew Vallejos

Web Developer II

Biotechnology and Bioengineering Center

Medical College of Wisconsin

414-955-4104

[hidden email]

 


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