Too Many Hits
Sorry, the query --LOC121456 -- is not specific enough. If you got this message, you could try to rephrase or extend the query. But it may not always work, sorry. The problem is that some words, such as actin (also found in acting and interacting) or transcription factor, are so frequent in the literature that our indexing system gets saturated, and you get no answer. Actin filament would give results, as would actin polymer or actin cytoskel or actin interacting protein.But please remember to choose the best possible query among the three types offered:
- If you are interested by homologs
of a gene from another species (like for example NF Kappa B), you will get a much better answer, complete and quantified, by entering the sequence from your favorite gene in the "query AceView via Blast" we provide (thanks to S. Altschul). Indeed, if you search in the query box directly, you only search our annotation and titles, and if your gene homolog has an interesting phenotype, we may have described it by its phenotype rather than its homology.
- If you are interested by genes belonging to a well known family,
your best chances are to use the "query AceView via Pfam" on the left. Here again you will benefit from the work of the Pfam and Interpro teams, world experts in defining, recognizing, and describing conserved families of proteins. We have just run their programs (slow and heavy) on all the AceView transcripts and have compiled the data for you, so that you get complete answers over the entire genome fast.