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I think this could be close to what you're looking for: http://glad4u.zhang-lab.org/index.php Paper: GLAD4U: deriving and prioritizing gene lists from PubMed literature It works with gene names though, so I am not sure it's a 100% fit.


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If you look at this query https://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/?query=NOT%20database:(type:ensembl)&fil=organism:%22Homo%20sapiens%20(Human)%20[9606]%22&sort=score and restrict it to the reference proteome (by using the link on the left hand side): https://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/?query=NOT%20database:(type:ensembl)&fil=proteome%3AUP000005640+AND+...


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You can use the UniProt Advanced search for this. If you look at this help page https://www.uniprot.org/help/advanced_search, in particular the first example screenshot, you can type "encoded" where the screenshot has "structure". Then you can choose your organelle. For Plastid, for example, this will translate into the query syntax ...


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