Directly provides input for
The 'directly provides input for' relation is used to relate two GO Molecular Functions whenever two Molecular Functions succeed one another directly, and the first provides an input for the Molecular Function of the second. The 'directly provides input for' relation is used to describe a relation, for example, between Molecular Functions that are part of metabolic pathways.
P1 directly provides input for p2 iff there exists some c such that p1 has_output c and p2 has_input c
Examples of Usage
- In GO-CAM models, the 'directly provides input' relation is used for associations between two Molecular Functions.
- In glycolysis, triose phosphate isomerase activity 'directly provides input for' glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (NAD+) (phosphorylating) activity.
- Examplar: http://noctua.berkeleybop.org/editor/graph/gomodel:55c3ef4c00000001
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Last reviewed: May 11, 2018