Absolute ID Conversion Tools

Citing this tool

Mohammad F, Flight RM, Harrison BJ, Petruska JC, Rouchka EC. (2012) AbsIDconvert: An absolute approach for converting genetic identifiers at different granularities. BMC Bioinformatics 2012, 13:229. doi:10.1186/1471-2105-13-229 Link to paper

Related paper

Mohammad F, Flight RM, Harrison BJ, Petruska JC, Rouchka EC. (2011), “Interval Trees for Detection of Overlapping Genetic Entities.” 11th IEEE International Conference on Bioinformatics and Bioengineering. October 24-26, 2011, Taichung, Taiwan.Link to paper

Terms of Service

1. Use of “Absolute ID conversion tools” web-based tool is absolutely FREE for all users (individual, academic or commercial use).

2. This tool is not to be used for treating or diagnosing human subjects.

3. “Absolute Id Conversion Tools” are provided “AS IS” and WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY of any kind, either express, implied, or statutory.

4. The authors, the Bioinformatics Lab at Louisville, University of Louisville, or the funding organizations are not liable for any damages, including but not limited to direct, indirect, special or consequential damages, arising out of, resulting from, or in any way connected with the use of “Absolute Gene ID conversion tools” or documents available from this server.

Data sources

AbIDconvert obtains data mainly from NCBI and UCSC . It also uses data avaialable in other repositories such as GenBank, Affymetrix, and Agilent .

Change Log

September 18, 2012
Five new genomes have been added. These genomes are:
1. Cow (bosTau7)
2. Chicken (galGal4)
3. C. Elegans (ce10)
4. Mouse (mm10)
5. Rat (Rn5)
We also updated Human (hg19) genome.

At present AbsIDconvert keeps track of a total of 66,226,268 gene IDs across 67 genomes.