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Midori et al (Spombe) have done lot of work in capturing data in col-16. She will go over the relationships they have used and some examples.
Midori et al (Spombe) have done lot of work in capturing data in col-16. She will go over the relationships they have used and some examples.
Please check the Pombase Wiki page for documentation/examples. http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/pombase/wiki/ListOfRelations <br>
Please check the Pombase Wiki page for documentation/examples. http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/pombase/wiki/ListOfRelations <br>
Examples are also available at: go/scratch/xps/go_annotation_extension_examples.obo
Examples are also available in OBO format at: http://www.geneontology.org/scratch/xps/go_annotation_extension_examples.obo




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===Protein oligomerization SF item (Amelia, Becky)===
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Revision as of 06:44, 9 September 2011

Agenda

Unpublished Reference for use with IC evidence code

We sent around an abstract for the unpublished reference for use with IC evidence code. We haven't received any comments. Is everybody okay with the text? If not, we will move this to the GO_Refs page asap. If you have more examples for use of IC in this fashion, please post them on the go-discuss mailing list.

GO_REF:0000036 Manual annotations that require more than one source of functional data to support the assignment of the associated GO term.  

The Gene Ontology Consortium uses the IC (Inferred by Curator) evidence code when an annotation cannot be supported by any direct evidence, 
but can be inferred by GO annotations that have been annotated to the same gene/gene product identifier in conjunction with the curator's 
knowledge of biology (supporting GO annotations must not be IC-evidenced). In many cases an IC-evidenced annotation simply applies the same 
reference that was used in the supporting GO annotation.  The use of IC evidence code in an annotation with reference GO_REF:0000036 signifies 
a curator inferred the GO term based on evidence from multiple sources of evidence/GO annotations. The 'with/from' field in these annotations 
will therefore supply >1 GO identifier, obtained from the set of supporting GO annotations assigned to the same gene/gene product identifier 
which cite publicly-available references.

Example: (from: http://wiki.geneontology.org/index.php/Transcription_jamboree)
Primary annotations to CUP9:
CUP9 GO:0000122 negative regulation of transcription from RNA polymerase II promoter IMP PMID:9427760
CUP9 GO:0000978 RNA polymerase II core promoter proximal region sequence-specific DNA binding IDA PMID:9427760 
CUP9 GO:0001103 RNA polymerase II repressing transcription factor binding IPI PMID:18708352 CYC8
Composite IC annotation to CUP9:
CUP9 GO:0001133 Sequence-specific transcription regulatory region DNA binding RNA 
polymerase II transcription factor recruiting transcription factor 
activity IC GO_REF:0000036  GO:0000122|GO:0000978|GO:0001103

Use of Col-16

Midori et al (Spombe) have done lot of work in capturing data in col-16. She will go over the relationships they have used and some examples. Please check the Pombase Wiki page for documentation/examples. http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/pombase/wiki/ListOfRelations
Examples are also available in OBO format at: http://www.geneontology.org/scratch/xps/go_annotation_extension_examples.obo


Protein oligomerization SF item (Amelia, Becky)

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