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=Dates=
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[[Category:Workshops]]
The 3rd GO annotation camp (3 days) will be held from June 16-18, 2010 (Wednesday-Friday).  
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The 3rd GO annotation camp will be held from June 16-182010 (Wednesday-Friday) at the Centre Médical Universitaire (CMU) Geneva, Switzerland.
  
 
=Objectives=
 
=Objectives=
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=Venue=
 
=Venue=
Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics (SIB), Geneva, Switzerland.
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Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics (SIB)<br/>
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Centre Médical Universitaire (CMU)<br/>
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1, rue Michel Servet<br/>
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CH-1211 Geneva 4<br/>
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Switzerland<br/>
  
 
=Registration=
 
=Registration=
Not yet open.  
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Register by entering your name in the Attendees section below ([[2010_GO_camp_Meeting_Logistics#Attendees]])
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*'''Registration fee: 100 CHF''', that will cover : 3 lunches (CMU cafeteria, full choice, no restriction), 6 coffee breaks and the diner that will be organized on the Thursday June 17th.
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* As of April 6, 2010, that's $112 USD, and 74 GBP. We suggest you pay in Swiss Francs if possible.
  
 
=Lodging Information=
 
=Lodging Information=
To be announced.
 
 
=Maps=
 
To be announced.
 
 
=Agenda=
 
'''Structure''': There will be '''three (3) ‘focused annotation sessions’''' where specific annotation issues will be discussed.  Suggestion for discussion topics should be added to the GO camp agenda: [[2010_GO_camp_Meeting_Logistics#Suggestions_for_annotation_issues_to_be_discussed]]
 
 
The agenda is not yet finalized.
 
 
 
== Suggestions for annotation issues to be discussed ==
 
* Please add any concerns you have regarding specific GO annotation issues here, or add your comments to an existing annotation issue.
 
* As three topics will be selected for further discussion for the GO camp, please indicate '''which 3 issues''' are of most interest to you.
 
 
 
===1. Binding (binding working group would like to finalize the annotation documentation)===
 
 
Notes:  The binding group presented annotation policy suggestions at the last GO Consortium meeting [http://gocwiki.geneontology.org/index.php/Binding_terms_working_group#2010_discussion]
 
These annotation guidelines should be finalized, and a full set of annotation guidelines on how annotation data is curated and presented in GAF files should be fully documented. 
 
For instance determine:
 
* that binding annotations, especially those where the GO term does not specify a particular binding partner, should where possible, indicate the interacting partner in the 'with' column
 
* fully describe the usage of pipes etc in the 'with' column.
 
* ask that protein binding annotations should be reciprocal - that if protein A is annotated as binding protein B, the reverse annotation should be provided
 
 
The use of column 16 to identify protein/gene targets of an molecular function GO annotation, could benefit this binding discussion.
 
 
'''Curators interested in discussing this topic at the GO Camp:'''
 
 
Emily, Donghui, Yasmin
 
  
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Hotel Adriatica [http://www.hotel-adriatica.com/ Hotel Adriatica]<br/>
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21 rue Sautter<br/>
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1205 Genève - SUISSE<br/>
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Tel: +41-22-703 53 83<br/>
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Fax: +41-22-703 53 88 <br/>
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15 single rooms from 15-19 june 2010 (04 nights)<br/>
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Special price CMU 2010, single room with breakfast: CHF 190.00 (instead of CHF 256.00).<br/>
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Special price CMU 2010, double room, double occupancy with breakfast: CHF 265.00 (instead de CHF 367.00).<br/>
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this offer is valid until the 31 of March 2010<br/>
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3 min. walking distance from the SIB<br/>
 
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Hotel Le Prince [http://www.hotel-le-prince.ch/ Hotel le Prince]<br/>
===2.annotation of complexes===
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16 rue des Voisins<br/>
# Can IPI be used to annotate molecular function? For example ribosomal subunits are annotated to 'structural constituent of ribosome' (a function)
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1205 Genève - SUISSE<br/>
# 'Structural components activity' function terms: some ribosome proteins are annotated to 'structural constituent of ribosome' by IDA (for example SGD:S000005760); but the paper (PMID: 18782943) only shows purification of the complex.  
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Tel: +41-22-807 05 00<br/>
# Chromatin? See NIPBL discussion from Feb 22 jamboree. The general question is when is a protein part of a complex or organelle or when it binds to it?
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Fax: +41-22-320 28 70<br/>
 
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'''Curators interested in discussing this topic at the GO Camp:'''
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4 rooms left from the 15-19 june 2010 (04 nights)<br/>
Pascale, Stan
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2 double rooms: CHF 130.00 <br/>
 
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2 twin rooms: CHF 115.00<br/>
 
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10 min. walking distance from the SIB<br/>
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Hotel Les Hauts de Rive [http://www.hotel-leshautsderive.ch/fr/ Hotel Les Hauts-de-Rive]<br/>
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48, Boulevard des Tranchées<br/>
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1206 Genève - SUISSE<br/>
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Tel: +41-22-346 29 33<br/>
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Fax: +41-22-346 22 11<br/>
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6 single/double rooms left from the 15-19 june 2010 (04 nights)<br/>
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double rooms with breakfast: CHF 150.00 <br/>
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single rooms with breakfast: CHF 120.00<br/>
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11 min. walking distance from the SIB<br/>
 
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===3. use of regulation ===
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=Maps and Transportation=
  
This would include process beginning/end (maybe in the context of the new signaling terms)
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If you arrive by plane (Cointrin airport)<br/>
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BUS:<br/>
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You will have to take only one bus. The bus stop is in front of the airport on the check-in level. You must have your ticket before getting onto the bus. Beware, the ticket inspectors are heartless! There are machines at every bus stop. Only one ticket is needed: choose the option "tout genève" (cost: CHF 3.- or € 1.90.-, you need the exact change).<br/>
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'''Geneva Airport is now offering a free public transport tickets valid for 80 minutes to new arrivals. This free ticket can be taken from a machine in the baggage claim area. This ticket is only valid with your flight ticket to prove that you have arrived on that day.'''<br/>
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So, take BUS NUMBER 5 (direction: "HÔPITAL"). The bus ride takes about 30 minutes. Get off at the bus terminus ("HÔPITAL").
  
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All visitors staying at a hotel, can benefit from the [http://www.geneve-tourisme.ch/?rubrique=0000000417 Geneva Transport Card], with no additional cost.
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This personal and non-transferable pass is established upon the visitor’s check-in in the hotel, enabling its holder to use of the entire public transportation network without restriction (bus, train and boat), with validity for the entire duration of his (her) stay including the departure day.
  
Notes: How do groups decide on when to annotate to 'regulates process x' or 'process x'?
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[http://map.search.ch/geneve/rue-michel-servet-1/ CMU] (Adress: 1, rue Michel Servet)
For instance does SLIT regulate axon guidance or involved in the process of axon guidance?
 
Val - this depends on the defined start/end of a process and somethings can be annotated to BOTH the regulates term and also directly to the process term.  
 
Some groups decide that if removing the activity of a gene product produces an all/nothing event - then they define it as being part of the process.
 
When should annotations be inherited up the regulates relationship?
 
  
Notes:Annotations could be checked more efficiently if GO term definitions could include the beginning and end of a process.
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=To do=
  
(Comment from Val: This is largely overlapping with the regulation issue. Where a process begins and ends is central to the decision to annotate directly to a process or to the regulation of a process )
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[http://www.geneve-tourisme.ch/ Welcome to Geneva]
  
(Comment from Pascale: 'regulation' and 'process beginning/end' have been merged now)
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The annual massive, city-wide festival which spans 3 days, with hundreds of musical performances will take place on the 18-20 of June.
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You can find a short article on the last year festival here: [http://switzerland-travel.suite101.com/article.cfm/genevas_fete_de_la_musique Geneva's Fête de la Musique 2009].
  
'''Curators interested in discussing this topic at the GO Camp'''
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[http://www.ville-ge.ch/culture/fm/ Fête de la Musique 2010] and [http://w3public.ville-ge.ch/culture/fdm2010.nsf/ The program].
  
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=[[2010_GO_camp_Meeting_Agenda | Agenda]]=
  
Emily, Donghui,Val, Stan, Pascale, Yasmin, Jane, Rachael
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The agenda can be found here: [[2010_GO_camp_Meeting_Agenda]]
  
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[[Images for working group survey]]
 
 
===4. use of column 16===
 
 
 
Notes: The suggested use of Cell Type in column 16 seems to be progressing [http://wiki.geneontology.org/index.php/Column_16_discussion_12-12-09], and a date for GAF2.0 has been agreed for the 1st June. However this discussion needs to progress to decide how targets of a molecular function/biological process should be best captured in this field, as well as the linking of terms between different annotation lines.
 
 
 
'''Curators interested in discussing this topic at the GO Camp:'''
 
Stan, Varsha, Michelle, Jane
 
 
 
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===5. response to terms, how will these relate to signaling terms and to final cellular effect===
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
'''Curators interested in discussing this topic at the GO Camp'''
 
 
 
Varsha, Yasmin
 
 
 
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===6. How is a downstream effect defined (i.e when not to capture phenotypes )===
 
 
 
from 22nd Feb Jamboree call [http://gowiki.tamu.edu/wiki/index.php/Category:RefGenome_Electronic_Jamboree_2010-02_NIPBL#Minutes], Tanya: It's not uncommon for the initial publications to describe a mutant phenotype, with a developmental defect, and then later publications to describe much more explicit functions or processes. You should always annotate based on whatever evidence is available. Once you've done that, the question becomes, "When do we keep or remove the phenotype-based annotations?" At TAIR, their policy is to keep the developmental terms if they think that their users would expect to see them. Some participants suggested that one would expect all orthologs to have the same development-type annotations, across organisms. Others disagreed with this expectation.
 
 
 
 
 
'''Curators interested in discussing this topic at the GO Camp'''
 
Donghui, Val
 
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== Other suggestions for agenda items ==
 
# What is the bottle neck for manual annotations (with experimental evidence)? How can we step up manual curation? (Rama)
 
# How are the various annotating groups keeping with all the ontology development/changes (new relationships specifically)? (Rama)
 
  
 
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! Name
 
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! Group
 
! Organization
 
! Organization
 
! Arrival Date/Time to Airport  
 
! Arrival Date/Time to Airport  
 
! Departure Date/Time from Airport
 
! Departure Date/Time from Airport
 
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|-
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| Rachael Huntley
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| GOA
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| EBI
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| June 15 16.35
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| June 18 20.05
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| Yasmin Alam-Faruque
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| GOA
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| EBI
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| June 15 16.35
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| June 18 20.05
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|-
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| Pascale Gaudet
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| dictyBase
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| Northwestern University
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| June 14th - early
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|-
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| Susan Tweedie
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| FlyBase
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| University of Cambridge & EBI
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| June 15 16.35
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| June 18 20.05
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|-
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| Ruth Lovering
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| BHF-UCL
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|
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| June 15 19:55
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| June 18 20.05
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|-
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| Rama Balakrishnan
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| SGD
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| Stanford University
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|
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|-
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| Mike Cherry
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| SGD
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| Stanford University|
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|
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|-
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| Suzi Lewis
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|
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| Berkeley
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|
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|
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|-
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| Chris Mungall
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| Berkeley
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| June 16 11:20am
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| June 19
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|-
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| Judy Blake
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| MGI
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| Jackson Laboratory
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| June 15 1:00 pm
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| June 20 7:40 am
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|-
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| Li Ni
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| MGI
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| Jackson Laboratory
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| June 15 10:25 US 5101
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| June 20 7:40 US 5100
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|-
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| Varsha Khodiyar
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| BHF-UCL
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| University College London
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| June 15 19:55  BMI:6769
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| June 18 20.35  Swiss Air 358
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|-
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| Paul Thomas
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| Panther
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| University of Southern California
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| June 15 07:55
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| June 21 12:00
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|-
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| Michele Magrane
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| UniProt
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| EBI
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|
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|
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|-
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| Rebecca Foulger
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| UniProt
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| EBI
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| June 15 16.35
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| June 18 20.05
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|-
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| Cecilia Arighi
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| UniProt/PRO, PIR
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|-
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| Val Wood
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| PomBase
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|
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|-
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| Jane Lomax
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| GO
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| EBI
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| June 15 21.15
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|
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|-
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| Michael Ashburner
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| GO
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| University of Cambridge & EBI
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| Arrive 16-06  BA734 LHR 1515 GVA 1755
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| Depart 19-06 BA725 GVA 1020 LHR 1100
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|-
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| Mike Livstone
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| P-POD
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| Princeton University
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| June 15 early AM GVA
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| June 19 AM
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|-
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| Kimberly Van Auken
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| WormBase
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| Caltech
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| June 15 UA3269 EWR 1755 GVA 0745
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| June 20 UA3454 GVA 0915 EWR 1200
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|-
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|Jim Hu
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|EcoliWiki
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|Texas A&M
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|June 14 FRA 1155 GVA 1300
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|June 20 GVA 0730 LHR 0815
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|-
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|Debby Siegele
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|EcoliWiki
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|Texas A&M
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|June 14 FRA 1155 GVA 1300
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|June 20 GVA 0730 LHR 0815
 
|}
 
|}
  
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==Attendees from Swiss-Prot/SIB groups==
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{| {{Prettytable}} class='sortable'
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|-
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! Name
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! Organization
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! Arrival Date/Time to Airport
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! Departure Date/Time from Airport
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|-
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|Alan Bridge
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| André Stutz
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Andrea Auchincloss
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Anne Estreicher
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Anne Niknejad
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| Vital-IT
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|
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|
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|-
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| Arnaud Gos
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Bernd Roechert
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Catherine Rivoire
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Chantal Hulo
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Damien Lieberherr
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Elisabeth Coudert
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Emmanuel Boutet
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Florence Jungo
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Frederic Bastian
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| SIB
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|
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|
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|-
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| Ghislaine Argoud-Puy
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| Calipho
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|
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|
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|-
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| Guillaume Keller
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Isabelle Cusin
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| Calipho
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|
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|
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|-
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| Ivo Pedruzzi
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Janet James
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Kristian Axelsen
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Lionel Breuza
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Livia Famiglietti
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Madelaine Moinat
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Marc Feuermann
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Marie-Claude Blatter
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Michael Tognolli
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Michel Schneider
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Nadine Gruaz-Gumowski
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Oksana Riba
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| Vital-IT
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|
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|
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|-
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| Patrick Masson
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Paula Duek Roggli
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| Calipho
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|
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|
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|-
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| Philippe Lemercier
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Sébastien Moretti
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| Vital-IT
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|
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|
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|-
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| Serenella Ferro Rojas
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Shyamala Sundaram
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Silvia Braconi Quintaje
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Silvia Jimenez
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Sylvain Poux
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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| Ursula Hinz
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| Swiss-Prot
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|
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|
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|-
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|-
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| Dmitry Kuznetsov
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| Vital-IT
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|
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|
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|-
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|}
  
 
=Remote Attendees=
 
=Remote Attendees=
We will try to provide Webex and Telephone Conferencing.
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! Organization
 
! email (needed to set up your remote access)
 
! email (needed to set up your remote access)
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! Time Zone
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|-
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|Lakshmi Pillai
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|AgBase
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|pillai@cvm.msstate.edu
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|CDT
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|-
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|Fiona McCarthy
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|AgBase
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|fmccarthy@cvm.msstate.edu
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|CDT
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|-
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|Donghui Li
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|TAIR
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|donghui@stanford.edu
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|PDT
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|-
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|-
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|Tanya Berardini
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|TAIR
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|tberardi at acoma dot stanford dot edu
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|PDT (Wed only)
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|-
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|Michelle Giglio
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|Institute for Genome Sciences (IGS)
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|mgiglio@som.umaryland.edu
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|
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|-
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|Stan Laulederkind
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|Rat Genome Database
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|slaulederkind@mcw.edu
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|CDT
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|-
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|Emily Dimmer
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|UniProtKB-GOA
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|edimmer@ebi.ac.uk
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| BST
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|-
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|Doug Howe
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|ZFIN
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|dhowe@zfin.org
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|PST
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|-
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|Peter D'Eustachio
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|Reactome
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|deustp01@med.nyu.edu
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|EST (EDT!)
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|-
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|Petra Fey
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|dictyBase
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|pfey@northwestern.edu
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|CDT
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|-
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|Harold Drabkin
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|MGI
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|hjd@informatics.jax.org
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|EST
 
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=Sponsors=
Return to [[Consortium_Meetings]] page
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Funding for this meeting is provided in part by the Gene Ontology Consortium (NIH), the European Network of
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Excellence ENFIN as well as the KGF (Kontaktgruppe für
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Forschungsfragen), representing: BASF, Merck Sorono, Novartis, Roche and Syngenta
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[[image:ENFINLogo.jpg | ENFIN]]
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[[image:Syngenta.jpg |syngenta]]
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[[image:BASF.jpg|BASF]]
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[[image:roche.jpg|Roche]]
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[[image:merck.jpg|Merck]]
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[[image:novartis.jpg |150px| Novartis]]

Latest revision as of 08:48, 12 April 2019

The 3rd GO annotation camp will be held from June 16-182010 (Wednesday-Friday) at the Centre Médical Universitaire (CMU) Geneva, Switzerland.

Objectives

This annotation camp will be focused on updating and refining skills of existing GO biocurators including new GO biocurators in existing annotation groups and including the Swiss-Prot curation team. We hope members of each MOD will be represented.

  • Deliverables: (1) final annotation documentation for each of the three annotation topics.
    • There will be a special emphasis on the reference genome project. Deliverable: (2) annotation propagation rules for the reference genome project.


Venue

Swiss Institute for Bioinformatics (SIB)
Centre Médical Universitaire (CMU)
1, rue Michel Servet
CH-1211 Geneva 4
Switzerland

Registration

Register by entering your name in the Attendees section below (2010_GO_camp_Meeting_Logistics#Attendees)

  • Registration fee: 100 CHF, that will cover : 3 lunches (CMU cafeteria, full choice, no restriction), 6 coffee breaks and the diner that will be organized on the Thursday June 17th.
  • As of April 6, 2010, that's $112 USD, and 74 GBP. We suggest you pay in Swiss Francs if possible.

Lodging Information

Hotel Adriatica Hotel Adriatica
21 rue Sautter
1205 Genève - SUISSE
Tel: +41-22-703 53 83
Fax: +41-22-703 53 88

15 single rooms from 15-19 june 2010 (04 nights)
Special price CMU 2010, single room with breakfast: CHF 190.00 (instead of CHF 256.00).
Special price CMU 2010, double room, double occupancy with breakfast: CHF 265.00 (instead de CHF 367.00).
this offer is valid until the 31 of March 2010
3 min. walking distance from the SIB


Hotel Le Prince Hotel le Prince
16 rue des Voisins
1205 Genève - SUISSE
Tel: +41-22-807 05 00
Fax: +41-22-320 28 70

4 rooms left from the 15-19 june 2010 (04 nights)
2 double rooms: CHF 130.00
2 twin rooms: CHF 115.00
10 min. walking distance from the SIB


Hotel Les Hauts de Rive Hotel Les Hauts-de-Rive
48, Boulevard des Tranchées
1206 Genève - SUISSE
Tel: +41-22-346 29 33
Fax: +41-22-346 22 11

6 single/double rooms left from the 15-19 june 2010 (04 nights)
double rooms with breakfast: CHF 150.00
single rooms with breakfast: CHF 120.00
11 min. walking distance from the SIB


Maps and Transportation

If you arrive by plane (Cointrin airport)
BUS:
You will have to take only one bus. The bus stop is in front of the airport on the check-in level. You must have your ticket before getting onto the bus. Beware, the ticket inspectors are heartless! There are machines at every bus stop. Only one ticket is needed: choose the option "tout genève" (cost: CHF 3.- or € 1.90.-, you need the exact change).
Geneva Airport is now offering a free public transport tickets valid for 80 minutes to new arrivals. This free ticket can be taken from a machine in the baggage claim area. This ticket is only valid with your flight ticket to prove that you have arrived on that day.
So, take BUS NUMBER 5 (direction: "HÔPITAL"). The bus ride takes about 30 minutes. Get off at the bus terminus ("HÔPITAL").

All visitors staying at a hotel, can benefit from the Geneva Transport Card, with no additional cost. This personal and non-transferable pass is established upon the visitor’s check-in in the hotel, enabling its holder to use of the entire public transportation network without restriction (bus, train and boat), with validity for the entire duration of his (her) stay including the departure day.

CMU (Adress: 1, rue Michel Servet)

To do

Welcome to Geneva

The annual massive, city-wide festival which spans 3 days, with hundreds of musical performances will take place on the 18-20 of June. You can find a short article on the last year festival here: Geneva's Fête de la Musique 2009.

Fête de la Musique 2010 and The program.

Agenda

The agenda can be found here: 2010_GO_camp_Meeting_Agenda

Images for working group survey

Attendees

Name Group Organization Arrival Date/Time to Airport Departure Date/Time from Airport
Rachael Huntley GOA EBI June 15 16.35 June 18 20.05
Yasmin Alam-Faruque GOA EBI June 15 16.35 June 18 20.05
Pascale Gaudet dictyBase Northwestern University June 14th - early
Susan Tweedie FlyBase University of Cambridge & EBI June 15 16.35 June 18 20.05
Ruth Lovering BHF-UCL June 15 19:55 June 18 20.05
Rama Balakrishnan SGD Stanford University
Mike Cherry SGD
Suzi Lewis Berkeley
Chris Mungall Berkeley June 16 11:20am June 19
Judy Blake MGI Jackson Laboratory June 15 1:00 pm June 20 7:40 am
Li Ni MGI Jackson Laboratory June 15 10:25 US 5101 June 20 7:40 US 5100
Varsha Khodiyar BHF-UCL University College London June 15 19:55 BMI:6769 June 18 20.35 Swiss Air 358
Paul Thomas Panther University of Southern California June 15 07:55 June 21 12:00
Michele Magrane UniProt EBI
Rebecca Foulger UniProt EBI June 15 16.35 June 18 20.05
Cecilia Arighi UniProt/PRO, PIR
Val Wood PomBase
Jane Lomax GO EBI June 15 21.15
Michael Ashburner GO University of Cambridge & EBI Arrive 16-06 BA734 LHR 1515 GVA 1755 Depart 19-06 BA725 GVA 1020 LHR 1100
Mike Livstone P-POD Princeton University June 15 early AM GVA June 19 AM
Kimberly Van Auken WormBase Caltech June 15 UA3269 EWR 1755 GVA 0745 June 20 UA3454 GVA 0915 EWR 1200
Jim Hu EcoliWiki Texas A&M June 14 FRA 1155 GVA 1300 June 20 GVA 0730 LHR 0815
Debby Siegele EcoliWiki Texas A&M June 14 FRA 1155 GVA 1300 June 20 GVA 0730 LHR 0815

Attendees from Swiss-Prot/SIB groups

Name Organization Arrival Date/Time to Airport Departure Date/Time from Airport
Alan Bridge Swiss-Prot
André Stutz Swiss-Prot
Andrea Auchincloss Swiss-Prot
Anne Estreicher Swiss-Prot
Anne Niknejad Vital-IT
Arnaud Gos Swiss-Prot
Bernd Roechert Swiss-Prot
Catherine Rivoire Swiss-Prot
Chantal Hulo Swiss-Prot
Damien Lieberherr Swiss-Prot
Elisabeth Coudert Swiss-Prot
Emmanuel Boutet Swiss-Prot
Florence Jungo Swiss-Prot
Frederic Bastian SIB
Ghislaine Argoud-Puy Calipho
Guillaume Keller Swiss-Prot
Isabelle Cusin Calipho
Ivo Pedruzzi Swiss-Prot
Janet James Swiss-Prot
Kristian Axelsen Swiss-Prot
Lionel Breuza Swiss-Prot
Livia Famiglietti Swiss-Prot
Madelaine Moinat Swiss-Prot
Marc Feuermann Swiss-Prot
Marie-Claude Blatter Swiss-Prot
Michael Tognolli Swiss-Prot
Michel Schneider Swiss-Prot
Nadine Gruaz-Gumowski Swiss-Prot
Oksana Riba Vital-IT
Patrick Masson Swiss-Prot
Paula Duek Roggli Calipho
Philippe Lemercier Swiss-Prot
Sébastien Moretti Vital-IT
Serenella Ferro Rojas Swiss-Prot
Shyamala Sundaram Swiss-Prot
Silvia Braconi Quintaje Swiss-Prot
Silvia Jimenez Swiss-Prot
Sylvain Poux Swiss-Prot
Ursula Hinz Swiss-Prot
Dmitry Kuznetsov Vital-IT

Remote Attendees

Name Organization email (needed to set up your remote access) Time Zone
Lakshmi Pillai AgBase pillai@cvm.msstate.edu CDT
Fiona McCarthy AgBase fmccarthy@cvm.msstate.edu CDT
Donghui Li TAIR donghui@stanford.edu PDT
Tanya Berardini TAIR tberardi at acoma dot stanford dot edu PDT (Wed only)
Michelle Giglio Institute for Genome Sciences (IGS) mgiglio@som.umaryland.edu
Stan Laulederkind Rat Genome Database slaulederkind@mcw.edu CDT
Emily Dimmer UniProtKB-GOA edimmer@ebi.ac.uk BST
Doug Howe ZFIN dhowe@zfin.org PST
Peter D'Eustachio Reactome deustp01@med.nyu.edu EST (EDT!)
Petra Fey dictyBase pfey@northwestern.edu CDT
Harold Drabkin MGI hjd@informatics.jax.org EST

Sponsors

Funding for this meeting is provided in part by the Gene Ontology Consortium (NIH), the European Network of Excellence ENFIN as well as the KGF (Kontaktgruppe für Forschungsfragen), representing: BASF, Merck Sorono, Novartis, Roche and Syngenta

ENFIN syngenta BASF Roche Merck Novartis