Improving Incyte annotation. The manufacturer provided an old UniGene annotation for 97.6% of all clones present on the Incyte Mouse UniGene I array (9,596 clones (100%)). (A) The first three columns show that 5,487 (57.2%) of the original clusters are no longer present in the current UniGene (UG) database. For those that are still present, UniProt (SP) crosslinks were retrieved using a UniGene specific datamining approach. From left to right: using mouse crosslinks only (M), mouse and rat crosslinks (MR) and finally mouse, rat and human crosslinks (MRH). (M: 1,939 (20.2%); M+R: 2,096 (21.8%); M+R+H: 2,582 (26.9%)); (B) Columns 4, 5 and 6 show the number of new annotations obtained through filtered BLASTs against the cEMBL subsets. (M: 4,736 (49.4%) ; M+R: 4,843 (50.5%); M+R+H: 4,928 (51,4%)) (C) Columns 7, 8 and 9 show the number of new UniProt annotations obtained through filtered BLASTs against both the cEMBL subsets and the Mouse subset of the EnsEMBL Release 41 (M: total= 6,855 (71.4%) of which 5,435 (56.6%) UniProt IDs; M+R: total = 6,931 (72.2%) of which 5,497 (57.3%) UniProt IDs; M+R+H: total = 6,973 (72.6%) of which 5,570 (58.0%) UniProt IDs).