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==12 September, 2007==
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Participants: Erika Feltrin, Jennifer Deegan
 
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Participants: Erika Feltrin, Jennifer Deegan
 
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We made a new term called cell-cell fusion as an is_a parent for the myoblast fusion term. Cell-cell fusion has been placed as a cellular process.
 
We made a new term called cell-cell fusion as an is_a parent for the myoblast fusion term. Cell-cell fusion has been placed as a cellular process.
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==14th September, 2007==
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Participants: Erika Feltrin, Jennifer Deegan
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We worked on:
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*descendents of contractile fiber part
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*descendents of sarcoplasmic reticulum terms
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*descendents of muscle regeneration terms
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*cell fusion
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We have now checked all the definitions and graphs for all of these terms and they are correct apart for 2 or 3 small outstanding questions. The questions are listed on the google spreadsheet and Erika and I have identified experts who can help us with them.

Revision as of 02:09, 14 September 2007

12th September, 2007

Participants: Erika Feltrin, Jennifer Deegan

We went through about two thirds of the list on the google spreadsheet and figured out what to do about each item.


13th September, 2007

Participants: Erika Feltrin, Jennifer Deegan

We went through the descendants of skeletal muscle regeneration and fixed the graph and definitions. We made the terms is_a complete as we went along.

We made a new term called cell-cell fusion as an is_a parent for the myoblast fusion term. Cell-cell fusion has been placed as a cellular process.

14th September, 2007

Participants: Erika Feltrin, Jennifer Deegan

We worked on:

  • descendents of contractile fiber part
  • descendents of sarcoplasmic reticulum terms
  • descendents of muscle regeneration terms
  • cell fusion

We have now checked all the definitions and graphs for all of these terms and they are correct apart for 2 or 3 small outstanding questions. The questions are listed on the google spreadsheet and Erika and I have identified experts who can help us with them.