Updated estimate of matches to humans?
gilbertd at bio.indiana.edu
Fri Dec 15 20:15:06 EST 2000
Based on protein coding sequences from GenBank (10174 human genes)
and Wormbase (19073 C.elegans genes) as of 28-November-2000,
the euGenes service calculated 21% of worm genes match the human set,
and 40% of human genes match the worm set. This is based on
sequences in this BLAST database matching with probability <= 1e-30
Find this at http://iubio.bio.indiana.edu/eugenes/all/hgsummary.html
along with fruitfly, mouse, yeast, weed and zebrafish comparisons.
In article <91dc5h$ae3$1 at mercury.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk> you write:
>The sequencing paper of two years ago included an estimate of the number
>of C. elegans genes with matches in humans that is probably an
>underestimate, because of the limited number of human genes then
>available. Does anyone know of a revision of the estimate based on recent
>additions to the human genome data sets?
>Creg Darby, PhD lab: 650-723-2671
>Department of Microbiology and Immunology fax: 650-723-1837
>Stanford University Medical School cdarby at stanford.edu
>299 Campus Drive, Room D033
>Stanford, CA 94305-5124
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