Located in

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Annotation usage guidelines

What to capture with the has_input relation

The 'located' relation is used to relate a gene or gene product to a specific cellular localization in which a gene product has been detected. Cellular localizations are children of GO Cellular Component terms:

What not to capture with the has_input relation

  • 'Located in' is not used for relating gene products to a 'protein-containing complex'; those associations use 'part of'.
  • 'Located in' should not be used for cellular localizations in which the protein is active; instead, use the more granular relation Is active in.

Examples of Usage

Relations Ontology

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