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Cross-mapping of gene and protein identifiers between different databases is a tedious and time-consuming task. To overcome this, we developed CRONOS, a cross-reference server that contains entries from five mammalian organisms presented by major gene and protein information resources. Sequence similarity analysis of the mapped entries shows that the cross-references are highly accurate. In total, up to 18 different identifier types can be used for identification of cross-references. Thedoi:10.1093/bioinformatics/btn590 pmid:19010804 pmcid:PMC2638938 fatcat:asaoknrz6nc2ndfcsltmyv7isi