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# Copy and paste the latest month's list of genes onto your genome specific spreadsheet. The  
#Copy and paste the latest month's list of genes onto your genome specific spreadsheet. The  
Master list is found here: [http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pwOksMOra5uq4vIYjPgefPw Reference Genome Target Genes].  Links to individual spreadsheets are found in a worksheet of the above document.  
Master list is found here: [http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pwOksMOra5uq4vIYjPgefPw Reference Genome Target Genes].  Links to individual spreadsheets are found in a worksheet of the above document.  
# Use YOGY, or another tool to find the putative ortholog for each gene.  
#Use YOGY, or another tool to find the putative ortholog for each gene.  
# Enter the unique ID referring to the gene in your MOD  
#Enter the unique ID referring to the gene in your MOD  
* if there is more than one ortholog, create a new line for each.
* if there is more than one ortholog, create a new line for each.
* if there is no ortholog, enter 'no ortholog' and the date the assessment was made
* if there is no ortholog, enter 'no ortholog' and the date the assessment was made
# Curate the gene 'comprehensively'. When you are satisfied that the annotations reflect the gene's known function, biological role and cellular component, enter the 'date comprehensively annotated'  
#Curate the gene 'comprehensively'. When you are satisfied that the annotations reflect the gene's known function, biological role and cellular component, enter the 'date comprehensively annotated'  
# You can add a column with notes at the end (very right) of the spreadsheet
#You can add a column with notes at the end (very right) of the spreadsheet

Revision as of 10:34, 8 November 2007

  1. Copy and paste the latest month's list of genes onto your genome specific spreadsheet. The

Master list is found here: Reference Genome Target Genes. Links to individual spreadsheets are found in a worksheet of the above document.

  1. Use YOGY, or another tool to find the putative ortholog for each gene.
  2. Enter the unique ID referring to the gene in your MOD
  • if there is more than one ortholog, create a new line for each.
  • if there is no ortholog, enter 'no ortholog' and the date the assessment was made
  1. Curate the gene 'comprehensively'. When you are satisfied that the annotations reflect the gene's known function, biological role and cellular component, enter the 'date comprehensively annotated'
  2. You can add a column with notes at the end (very right) of the spreadsheet