Annotation Relations

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Gene Product to GO Term Relations

Biological Process

acts upstream of or within

acts upstream of or within, positive effect

acts upstream of or within, negative effect

acts upstream of

acts upstream of, positive effect

acts upstream of, negative effect

involved in

Molecular Function

enables

contributes to

Cellular Component

part of (GP2Term)

is active in

GO-CAM Relations

Molecular Function to Gene Product

enabled by

Molecular Function to Cellular Component

occurs in

Molecular Function to Molecular Function

directly provides input for

directly positively regulates

directly negatively regulates

Molecular Function to Biological Process

part of

causally upstream of or within, positive effect

causally upstream of or within, negative effect

causally upstream of, positive effect

causally upstream of negative effect

Molecular Function to Inputs and Outputs

has input

has output

Molecular Function to Temporal Phase

occurs during


Biological Process to Molecular Function

positively regulates

negatively regulates

Annotation Extension Relations