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Table 2 Probe/Gene IDs for MAPKK3. The different probe and gene IDs corresponding to the two annotation releases (V& and V2) where submitted to PANTHER with the listed results. This table summarizes for a single gene the differences and potential ambiguities when submitting gene IDs rather than probe IDs, and illustrates the effect of curation status (obsolete vs. valid) or annotation release. Note that >70% of all gene IDs in the current HGS V2 PGA table carry suffixes, that ~13% of all represented genes have more than one probe ID associated, and that probes often have secondary hits. All of these require different look-up tables to be generated by the user in order to achieve coherency and transparency in the data analysis process.

From: Avoiding inconsistencies over time and tracking difficulties in Applied Biosystems AB1700™/Panther™ probe-to-gene annotations

   if Probe IDs (V1) are submitted: if the Gene IDs (V1) are submitted:
Probe ID (V1) Gene ID (V1) PANTHER SCORE PANTHER Gene ID PANTHER SCORE PANTHER Gene ID
235514 hCG1993739 2 × 10E-23 hCG1993739 2 × 10–23 hCG1993739
127877 hCG1993739.1 6 × 10E-80 hCG28371   
182262 hCG1993739.1 3 × 10E-70 hCG1980405   
234450 hCG1993739.1 6 × 10E-58 hCG1997534   
   if Probe IDs (V2) are submitted:   if the Gene IDs (V2) are submitted:  
Probe ID (V2) Gene ID (V2) PANTHER SCORE PANTHER Gene ID PANTHER SCORE PANTHER Gene ID
235514 hCG1993739 2 × 10E-23 hCG1993739 2 × 10–23 hCG1993739
127877 hCG1993739.2 6 × 10E-80 hCG28371   
182262 hCG1993739.2 3 × 10E-70 hCG1980405   
234450 hCG1993739.2 6 × 10E-58 hCG1997534   
171301 hCG1993739.2 - -