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I have a Seurat object made by human single cells

I am mapping some genes on that but no sign of expression

When I GOOGLE for those genes I see the genes have different names

How I know Seurat uses which gene name please

This is my list

CD45
MHC II
CD11b
Ly6C
Ly6G
F4/80
CD11c
CD38
Arg1
SiglecF
CD206
CD62L
CD103
iNOS
PD-L1
TNFa
CD64
TCRgd
Foxp3
RORgt
CD8α
Tbet
CD25
IFN-γ
CD44
CD86
CD80
PD-1
B220
NK1.1
CD19
CD4
TCR β

From this list only 6 genes being mapped on the Seurat data

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    $\begingroup$ You have already asked this question and it has been answered - with the exact same response. Why are you opening multiple threads instead of exploring more on your own? $\endgroup$
    – Ram RS
    Jun 17 at 18:13
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You might want to use Biomart to figure out the official names for those genes based on their aliases.

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  • $\begingroup$ Can I trust NCBI? For instance this link which says TBX21 is an official gene name? ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/gene/30009 $\endgroup$
    – Exhausted
    Jun 17 at 16:27
  • $\begingroup$ Yes, you can trust NCBI. Like I said in an earlier comment, HGNC provides the "official" gene symbols, and NCBI/EnsEMBL cross-referencing is reliable. $\endgroup$
    – Ram RS
    Jun 17 at 18:11

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