Inferred from Rapid Divergence(IRD)
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- IRD is a type of phylogenetic evidence characterized by rapid divergence from ancestral sequence. Annotating with this evidence code implies a NOT annotation.
- The principles underlying phylogenetic-based annotation are described further in the Phylogenetic annotation overview, but briefly, this annotation pipeline relies on phylogenetic analyses to transfer annotations amongst related sequences based on common ancestry.
- Further information may be found in Phylogenetic-based propagation of functional annotations within the Gene Ontology consortium by Gaudet et al., 2011.
Examples of IRD Usage
|DB Object ID||DB Object Symbol||Qualifier||GO ID||DB:Reference||Evidence Code||With/From|
Use of the With/From Field for IRD
When IRD Should NOT be Used
Quality Control Checks
Evidence and Conclusion Ontology
Last reviewed: January 30, 2018