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(Created page with "== Overview == *The 'constitutively upstream of' relation is used to relate GO Biological Processes (BP) and/or GO Molecular Functions (MF) when: **The mechanism that relates the upstream event (MF or BP) to the downstream event (MF or BP) is understood **The activities in the upstream event occur before events in the downstream event **The upstream event has an effect on the downstream event **The execution of the upstream event is approximately constant == Examples of...")
 
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== Examples of Usage ==
== Examples of Usage ==
 
* This term should not be used directly for curation. Instead a term that also describes either a positive or negative effect should be used.


== Quality Control Checks ==
== Quality Control Checks ==

Revision as of 09:32, 29 September 2022

Overview

  • The 'constitutively upstream of' relation is used to relate GO Biological Processes (BP) and/or GO Molecular Functions (MF) when:
    • The mechanism that relates the upstream event (MF or BP) to the downstream event (MF or BP) is understood
    • The activities in the upstream event occur before events in the downstream event
    • The upstream event has an effect on the downstream event
    • The execution of the upstream event is approximately constant

Examples of Usage

  • This term should not be used directly for curation. Instead a term that also describes either a positive or negative effect should be used.

Quality Control Checks

Relations Ontology

(STILL NEEDS TO BEN ENTERED)

Review Status

Modified on September 29, 2022 Last reviewed:

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